Something like that does not become drive.i'm buying some tires at a really cheap price. will a 210/50/17 or 200/50/17 fit a 2001 rc51 rim?
A 190/55-17 also works well.Something like that does not become drive.
I have 180/55 17, these have curves driven for themselves there well anyway well.
So etwas wird doch nicht gut fahren.
Ich habe 180/55 17 , da lassen sich die Kurven gut fahren.
sorry, not allowed in Germany for the street.A 190/55-17 also works well.
That's what I'm using.
I had no idea they were that strict.sorry, not allowed in Germany for the street.
You permit only for the racetrack.
There are severe regulations in Germany.
One cannot add everything one likes.
sorry, in Germany nicht für die Strasse zugelassen.
Íst nur für die Rennstrecke erlaubt.
Es gibt in Deutschland strenge Vorschriften.
Man kann nicht alles anbauen, was einem gefällt.
Toss a 180 on it and see how much better it turns in.The '03 RC I just bought had a 200 on it - if you like to have your bike wobble and feel like it's going to wad up in a corner put a 200 on it. Remember, an oversized tire will "round" out more and have a total parabolic arc - there's no flat spot, so when you're over she is still on a rounded edge and never finds a level plain. It's pretty hairy - I spent the money and put a new 190 on her irregardless of the 200 tire condition that was on there....