Pilot Pures - I haven't been on the track with them, but in regards to your comment of them letting go w/ no warning, yup! found that out over the weekend. Sadly, I wasn't even at the edge of tire when occurred..... low sided on a left handerIve tried all types of pressures. Lower and higher than what I'm running. Ive found the 18.5/17.5 psi warm works out the best for me.
on my power pures i ran like 20lbs front and rear. Those tires blow on the track anyways. If you hang of like a monkey and use as little lean angle as possible than yeah your good. Once you really start leaning on that tire it will give.
I am told they're equiv. / close to the Mitas. Unfortunately, I won't put them to the track test any time soon. I'll post a update. Altho, I had a chance to scrub them in, doing some O and 8 drills.^^ interested to know if the Blackfires are as good as the slicks
I know some folks who can go quickly on the PPs but I agree - good street tire but not so good track tire.
I was running 20/20 cold.Does anyone know what pressure to run for the Mitas MC-35's? I just bought a set to replace my pilot pures but I don't know what pressures to run. I only ride on the track and the pilot pures were not that great especially when leaning a lot.
What cold/hot pressures are you guys using with the Dunlop TT93 ?
20/20 cold. Just switched to them after running the Mitas.
good insight, what pressures were you running on the track on the Pirelli that they liked?Pirelli's, better than the IRC, but not by a large margin. grip with low heat, and very sensitive to the right pressures. when pressure was wrong they overheated quickly and started melting.