This is the 2nd Artrax combo ive purchased. 1 for a 4stroke 1 for a 2stroke. Work great n waaaaaay cheaper than my old dunlops. The rear does run 1 size smaller than most. Order a 110 instead of a 100. Buy em!
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I've ran these combos on 125's, 250's and now a 450.
There literally is not a better tire or tire price anywhere.
They perform just as well as Dunlop's or Perelli's and we've never had a single issue when racing or joy riding.
Don't waste your money spending more, these tires flat out do the job.
These tires have performed well beyond my expectations. For the price I absolutely recommend them.
Hteat durable tires have an will continue to buy them .althou not to happy about the price drop an fast cash increase the day i got them .but still good product
I love these tires! These are the competition pro tires. They are just like the Dunlop 752's.
SG3 Rear and TG Rear with heavy duty tubes is a perfect combo
This set is the cheapest set I've found. I haven't ridden with them yet, but they look and feel durable. I bought this set based upon reviews and price. They seem to be a little stiffer than other tires to mount though, but that's no deal breaker.
Great tire combo for the price! I have only replaced my rear tire on my rmz 450 and this tire so far has held up great! I will definitely recommend this brand to my friends and family!
By far the best bang for your buck, hold up just as well as the Michelin tires I ran. We ride rocky woods in the cold and knobs don't snap off and the big gap in knobbies clear mud out easily.
These tires are extremely hard to put on with just tire spoons. I recommend taking it to a shop and paying $10 for them to change it. Tire is kind of narrow for a 110. It looks great and hooks great
Great deal from Motosport for these two tires at $105.00. They hooked up really well in wet Ocotillo Wells sand and dirt. Only a weekend on them, so I can't really rate the durability yet, except to say that I didn't knock any of the knobbies off in Three days of riding.
I ride cross country, no need for expensive tires, these are holding up fine, easy to mount, at these prices I can put a new one on a lot sooner, nothing better than a new one for best traction
So far, so good.
artrax tires are long lasting and great in the mud . the price is very good compared to most.
Both the front and rear SX1 tires I got had DOT codes on them...
I did not have any issues with the beads - it took about 40PSI to seat the bead on the front tire, and ~50PSI on the rear. They were a little stiffer than I was used to, but not a big deal to mount.
I'll comment back on durability and traction after I've gotten a few more rides in them. I will say the rear has already outlasted the Michelin Cross Competition M12 tire that went completely bald in one ride over some rocky terrain.
Great tire for riders who aren't getting paid to run the name brands. Needed new rubber for my ride and these were $50-$100 less than the big guys' tires. First ride the track started off loose and a little wet after having been prepped and these held a good line and cut through the muck. As the day progressed the track rutted up in places and dried out in others and stayed a little mucky in one place. The SX2 combo stuck to the line that I wanted, held up under braking and pulled hard out of turns. The only thing that I noticed was the front tire had an area that a bubble left a spot during manufacture, a kind of indentation, of thinner rubber around the tread. Wear seams pretty average, no rounding of the knobs or chunking yet. Mounting them was easy, others have said that these are harder than the big brands but they aren't, just use good technique, and lube up the beads.
Great tire, love the price.
I have a 1993 Suzuki DR 350s. I had DOT tires on the bike and I was having a tough time on the trails, especially once they got leaf covered. My buddies really recommended a more aggressive tire. I saw the sale on these Artrax and thought I would give them a try. I had no problem mounting them o my wheels. There was a noticeable difference with traction right away. I've only used them a couple times, but am very pleased.
I have purchased a few of these now and ran them on 250f and 450f. I put a set on my rmz450 for last season and used them all year. The race tracks we ride are both hard pack and some soft dirt they seemed to work great on both surfaces for me. One nice feature is they ship them with cardboard inserts in them to keep the beads spread apart this helps when mounting the tires. To me they the are as good as or better than most name brand tires I have used. The 100/19 looks a little skinny compared to some brands but works great and the 110/19 looks a little bigger. As with any tire they will mount much easier if they are mounted in warm weather.
Tires are great I race woods and Moto and I am happy with them
I must say, when I first got the mx- pros' I was a little disappointed about the depth of tread on the rear tire. The tires mounted up with ease with a little dish soap, but it took a little finesse getting it to bead up evenly, and a little more air than the suggested max air pressure. After getting them back on the bike, I put the air pressure down to 9psi, and went out riding on my sandy mx track. The tires did excellent, no matter where I pointed the front tire, it grabbed and went that direction, the rear tire also did surprisingly well at hooking up in the sand. A day later I went and rode about 4 hours of mixed Northern Michigan single tracks, and the tires did great, quick responses in steering, handled the different terrains with ease, and still showed no wear to the rear tire. I would and have recommended these tires already to anyone who is on a budget. I still prefer the Dunlop MX32s, but for 1/2 price these ARTRAX tires are worth a try.