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post #11 of 13 Old 06-14-17, 12:39
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Nice! Yeah I've always used Q3s. They're cheap, I've never had an issue with them and they're predictable so I never wanted to try anything else. My next step will be slicks. You make the Metzlers sound pretty appealing though. Are you going to take it to the track at all?

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Hey, if the Q3's work for you and haven't given you any issues, run with them.

The M7RR tires are good, and as most ppl know, they are made Pirelli. Two things I like better about these M77RR's as opposed to the Pirelli DR3's: the tread pattern, and the fact they were made in Germany, not China like the Pirelli's. IDK if I will go with these again, next time I may go something more aggressive since I rarely ever ride in rain.

I plan to hit up JenningsGP, closest track to me, that I know of.
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post #13 of 13 Old 08-29-19, 13:51
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Thanks for the warm welcome, and compliments guys.
@hiimchad The previous owner said he worked at some track in Pompano Beach, he got these for free and ran a few sessions with them. As soon as I saw the bike in person, I immediately noticed how big the rear tire was. It was a 190/65 Pretty sure that size is way off.
@thePridge Caspian blue is beautiful, gold wheels? Yours is 2011, you have the updated gauge cluster. I like it, but I've heard they are harder to see on a sunny day than mine. As for my color choices, I didn't really have a 2nd color option. If I was to get a non-SE with the black frame, I would have eventually turned it into white anyways.

Before purchase, I basically had it narrowed down to 2 bikes, this one, and a gen3 in, wait for it. . .in white/blue
I opted to go for the gen2 SE for a few reasons. I like the look of the headlights better, and because the blue frame/subframe/swingarm and undertail exhaust makes it look more exotic.
*NNNNNNNECROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO*

I don't battle with the gauge cluster as I only ride on the track and I have no time to look at the gauge cluster... lol
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