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    Cheap shinko tires

    HEY EVERYONE, THERE ARE SOME GREAT DEALS ON SHINKO TIRES THRU AMAZON. ILL INCLUDE THE LINKS.
    THIS IS WHERE I PERSONALLY GET ALL MY TIRES FROM.
    JUST THOUGHT ID SHARE THIS WITH EVERYONE

    003 stealth rear
    http://amzn.to/2qYycSB

    003 stealth front
    http://amzn.to/2qzSZLf

    003 hook up rear
    http://amzn.to/2qYTvn9

    005 rear
    http://amzn.to/2ry69Xp

    005 front
    http://amzn.to/2qD4G1K

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    You get what you pay for.... No way would I trust those crap ass tires.... Not even for going around the block...

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    Funny you say that cause pretty much all of the seasoned riders I ride with run these tires. In fact you can go to any drag strip/ grudge race and 90% of the guys there are running these tires. In fact I run them on my zx14 drag bike. They are a great product for a great price!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattstunt929 View Post
    Funny you say that cause pretty much all of the seasoned riders I ride with run these tires. In fact you can go to any drag strip/ grudge race and 90% of the guys there are running these tires. In fact I run them on my zx14 drag bike. They are a great product for a great price!!

    Ok... Whatever.... Your seasoned riders must not turn much...

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    We used to run a blown Busa and used Shinko tyres on that. It was a drag bike though so bends weren't a priority.
    Sticky and took a lot of horsepower without complaining.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TLR67 View Post
    You get what you pay for.... No way would I trust those crap ass tires.... Not even for going around the block...
    Yokohama tyres for bikes(and cars) were good some even exxellent,now yokohama is SHINKO(Japan) and they still are good quality tyres not bad Chinese ones!
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    All I am trying to preach here is that if you go cheap on tires your simply asking to wad your shit up... If your a stunter or dragger burn em up who cares... However if you ride on the track or road why risk your life and bike over a cheap ass tire..they can kill you and will... Michelin, Bridgestone, Pirelli and Dunlop are the only tires I would consider...off my soap box...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLR67 View Post
    All I am trying to preach here is that if you go cheap on tires your simply asking to wad your shit up... If your a stunter or dragger burn em up who cares... However if you ride on the track or road why risk your life and bike over a cheap ass tire..they can kill you and will... Michelin, Bridgestone, Pirelli and Dunlop are the only tires I would consider...off my soap box...
    you should search 90´s AMA superbike and YOKOHAMA tires...
    i rode yokohama production slicks on my FZR750rr comparing to michelin slicks at the time and they were good.
    i never skimp on tires,suspension or brakes
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    I think if you read the ads for these "Stealth and Hookup" tyres on Amazon and elsewhere they are not really meant for the road but for track use - sprints, drag racing, performance racing etc - they may even be marked as not for road use .......................

    Yet there are these reviews..........................

    http://www.shinkotireusa.com/tire/003-stealth

    http://www.shinkotireusa.com/tire/003-stealth ................ definitely for dragging..

    http://www.shinkotireusa.com/tire/005-advance - seems to be a average road tyre.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuckshop Ted View Post
    I think if you read the ads for these "Stealth and Hookup" tyres on Amazon and elsewhere they are not really meant for the road but for track use - sprints, drag racing, performance racing etc - they may even be marked as not for road use .......................

    Yet there are these reviews..........................

    http://www.shinkotireusa.com/tire/003-stealth

    http://www.shinkotireusa.com/tire/003-stealth ................ definitely for dragging..

    http://www.shinkotireusa.com/tire/005-advance - seems to be a average road tyre.........
    Think everybody should look at websites at bottom of his profile,think he has a interest In certain brands 😉

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