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    yum! racetec on the front roadtec on the back for me. so what if it wont pass wof? they'll let you fly round a track on them but not drive with them??? and before you all start they DO NOT take that much warming up!
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    Neal, I'm evaluating the newly-released Avon triple compound VP2 Sport at present over its full life. If I thought the Avon Storm rear, Viper front combination was good, the new VP2's are a magnitude better - it has seriously good grip in all conditions. The only unanswered question is life, which might be a bit short on something the weight of the 'bird. I'll be completing a whole life report over the next couple of months but for a pure sports bike, the VP2 is a very good tyre indeed.

    Geoff

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    Heres the MITAS tyre - NZ distributor
    http://www.lmsimports.co.nz/products.php
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    Avons

    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird View Post
    Neal, I'm evaluating the newly-released Avon triple compound VP2 Sport at present over its full life. If I thought the Avon Storm rear, Viper front combination was good, the new VP2's are a magnitude better - it has seriously good grip in all conditions. The only unanswered question is life, which might be a bit short on something the weight of the 'bird. I'll be completing a whole life report over the next couple of months but for a pure sports bike, the VP2 is a very good tyre indeed.

    Geoff
    Hi blackbird have read your other reports, look forward to your next.

    Fiddy

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    Awesome

    Thanks for posting!

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