That's far from an intermediate tire. It requires warmers. There's no option on that. Ask how I know...
And they heat cycle terribly. The best laps you'll ever get on the 211 AMA spec tires is your 2-4th laps. After that, it's up in the air. I've got a heap of em with 25 laps on em with the AMA tech stickers still on em. They are heavy and pretty god damn square shaped too.
Compare that to the UK front which looks like a god damn power cup V and just scratch your head..
They are the last tire on my list and are certainly not an intermediate track day tire. Not even considering the additional work on the suspension from the hard ass carcass you can use as a fcuking chair to sit on without it even being on a rim. Slicks are the fastest for a reason, not cause they barely flex and offer little contact patch, etc.. The GPA's, ntecs, D211's all are not the best race tire IMO and that's pretty much what every other AMA rider had to say when I asked!
Michelin Power One. No warmers needed, and not advised as they have some type of sylica technology that makes them warm up fast. I did about 10 trackdays on them this year at very upper intermediate pace, and didn't go through a single front completely. Went through 3 rears but that is mainly because of the super abrasive track I was on.
how has no one said the pirelli superbike pro slick? can be used with or without warmers, and last a STUPID amount of time. jtolles was running advanced pace on them and they never slipped at all - and i was on my ntecs. granted, mine never slipped either, but he was still slightly faster, that bastard.
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