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    Pirelli diablo

    Anbody tried pirelli diablos on there bike as demon tweeks are selling them at 120 for a pair
    Thought it was about time for a tyre thread to liven things up lol
    red is so so cool

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    Re: Pirelli diablo

    Just fitted a set to the 12R and can confirm they are excellent in the garage , 170 delivered from M+P. (200 section rear which accounts for the price difference)

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    Re: Pirelli diablo

    They must be sticky your bikes hanging from the ceiling lol
    red is so so cool

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    Re: Pirelli diablo

    Quote Originally Posted by Toe Knee View Post
    They must be sticky your bikes hanging from the ceiling lol
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    Re: Pirelli diablo

    Mine had a set fitted when I brought the bike back in 2008. I personally didn't get on with them, If I remember right they were OK in the dry, but shite in the wet.... That was many moons ago.....and like everything tyre technology has improved greatly..... Why so cheap through, not popular / old batches ?.

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    Re: Pirelli diablo

    Quote Originally Posted by Toe Knee View Post
    They must be sticky your bikes hanging from the ceiling lol



    Them number plates are a bit, well, erm Kenny.........................do you have a K??TKN on all your rides sir?
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    Re: Pirelli diablo

    Quote Originally Posted by ZRXNige View Post



    Them number plates are a bit, well, erm Kenny.........................do you have a K??TKN on all your rides sir?
    I do my good man , K9 TKN on the dogs Cayenne and K18 TKN on the BM , daughter has K18 LRN and boy has T18 STN.

    K
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    Re: Pirelli diablo

    I ran a set when I first got my bike over 10 yrs ago and they were all right. As H has said they were good in the dry but I had a couple of tiny moments in the wet as well. I've got Avon Storm II on at the moment but I would get the Diablo's again if they come up at the right price.
    can you dig it ?

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    Re: Pirelli diablo

    Set now ordered
    red is so so cool

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    Re: Pirelli diablo

    Quote Originally Posted by kendo View Post
    I do my good man , K9 TKN on the dogs Cayenne and K18 TKN on the BM , daughter has K18 LRN and boy has T18 STN.

    K
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    Prolly up Renfrew at some point later in year so be good to pop in again sir (sorry if hijacking thread BTW albeit if you want miles and plenty of grip then Bridgestone BT23 or if not so many miles and even more grip Bridgestone S21 )
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