Sometimes I don't even get why THEY bother. For $20-$100 it seems like it costs them more in BS admin to work it out than the rebate would be worth for additional sales. And then WE get jacked around.I don’t want to poop on anyone’s parade but I just went through this and got stiffed by Dunlop. I bought my tires from Revzilla and they had a link to submit the docs online. Did that. Couple weeks later got an email saying they couldn’t read it the receip. What? It’s an electronic copy. So I took a photo of it and sent it in again. Couple weeks later they said they still couldn’t read the date right or something like that.
I replied they could keep their rebate and shove it up their asses. Next time I’ll buy Pirelli which I like better anyway.
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Hmm. Now you've really got me thinking. I mean, I do love these tires, and even in reading through the thread I wasn't considering changing. BUT, being that you're down in flat Texas, with a similar situation, use both sets (for different applications), and have better experience with the Rosso III's for the street, you have my gears turning.A good indicator is when you can get off the bike without putting the side stand down, and the bike doesn't fall over.
Here in Texas it's the same. When mine get squared off I can tell by the way the bike falls into turns rather than a smooth transition. I use the Supercorsa only on my Monster which I track and take to the mountains. For flatlands I prefer the Rosso III which stays round a lot longer.
Well, you've peaked my interest. Thanks for the info.The Rosso III isn't as grippy as the Supercorsa SP, but they are still good. I keep them on my KTM 990SMT and have ridden it several time up to Deal's Gap and beyond. They last well on the highways and are good enough to scrape the pegs in the mountains. And the Rosso's are WAY better in the rain. The Corsa II is a good compromise between the two others.
FWIW, my rebate was approved right away just by forwarding the purchase receipt email from bike bandit.Another option. Anyone run the Q3+?
$40 rebate from Dunlop through the end of April as well.
Ordered a set, will report back.
As i'm aware. We in Eu dont have q3 and q4?More on the Dunlop Q4. They seem to be a closer alternative to the Supercorsa than the Q3+
Grip matters more than tire life in my estimation, even on the street.
Good question. Not sure of the answer.As i'm aware. We in Eu dont have q3 and q4?
What's the difference between these tyres and gp racer 212 and gp racer pro?
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I rode gp racer 211 medium compound on the street. It's crazy sticky, but you have to play with the pressures and you need warm weather.Good question. Not sure of the answer.
Found these threads with a quick search:
"The big difference I see is that they recommend warmers for the GP-A and they don't for the Q4. I question whether a rider would ever get the GP-A up to temp on the stree, where I think the Q4 would work great. Never used either one, so that's only an opinion based on reading the specs."
Q3+ is wearing better than the supercorsas, by about 25% maybe more. I got 2k miles out of the SCs and that was during break in phase, while the Q3+ will likely go 2.5 K, almost there.Do you need more on the street than the SuperCorsa’s or Q3+’s provide? How has Q3+ wear been compared to SC’s?