Last summer I went from Wash. state, Mexico, and back to Calgary, Al. canada.....put on aprox 5000 miles and have a wee bit left.....love them lots of stick!!! I had 3 days of over 850 miles so the pace was a little quick, and still ok milage let me know how you doerinpaul said:
What percentage of that was highway and/or city miles?erinpaul said:
I want to know the city/highway/backroads percentages also...and on what bike?erinpaul said:
powers are far better then the sports. stickier no warm up and mileage. i got 700 miles out of a rear sport (twisties) compared to 2500 for a power. does the bike matter that much? on my fzr400 i got 700 miles on a bt-014 bridgestone. supposed to be = to the powers?erinpaul said:
+1 thats all I know as wellJDuc said:I'm pretty interested in these as well...though what I have heard is that they wear at a considerably higher rate than the PPs and are only marginally stickier....
but that's just a rag review....nothing on the street yet
Keef95 said:I don't know how you guys do it... I can wear out a rear Pilot Power in a couple thousand miles. I have to admit however that, to me, this seems like a lot of mileage as I was getting 1000 to 1200 miles out of Metzler M1s on my Hayabusa...
Chuckracer said:Lotsa corners!
I've got 6k on mine and they're just starting to look the part. I've always run 35psi each.
I will definitely replace them with another set.