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ITP developed the Holeshot GNCC ATV tire to match the rigorous demands of the Grand National Cross Country Championship series.
The ITP Holeshot GNCC tires are an advanced design of the original Holeshot tire that have been refined for todays 4-stroke machines.
The tread pattern on the rear Holeshot GNCC tires have been designed to be used in any terrain at any time. ITP accomplished this by using deeper lugs that have a split-knob design to give exceptional straight line bite. The shoulder knobs have been specially designed to increase corner control without taking anything away from acceleration grip. The wide spacing of the tread keeps the tire clear of build-up.
The beating tires take in the GNCC series is under control with the use of a beefed up 6 ply carcass, but do not expect any extra weight from the Holeshot GNCC tires. The GNCC model of the Holeshot tire line is 2 pounds lighter than the XC model.
The sides of the Holeshot GNCC tires have a bright hot patch logo to announce the quality of tires you are running.
Note: the ITP Holeshot GNCC tire is sold individually.
Holeshot gncc 20x10x9 ...2005 trx450r .....these tires are excellent, the traction and hook they have are un-real..... My stock honda 450 took the holeshot and beat a Yamaha 450 that was completely worked in a sandy straight away I highly recommend itp holeshot gncc tires.... Never mind the price they are well worth it....you get what you pay for
Tire is very good. way better than stock, very perdictiable, hooks up when needed,and slides when needed. seemd durable,but lugs are kinda soft,so rough terrain and roots seem to tear them up. all around great tire.
i have a 1987 trx250r with stock 9 inch rims. they DO NOT fit on stock rims 20x10x9. the outer wall is 1/3 to 1/2 inch too small. barely got it on and it looked like a ballon tire from 80's. this is a rear tire and it looked like a ballon tire on the front of a 1987 200x. i was sold on the reviews and couldnt believe my eyes when it was mounted. put them on my brothers 400ex and the same thing happened. ofcourse they are the exact same rim but i listened to the reviews on 400exs and obviously they forgot to say they mounted them on different rims.
rider preference, I run between 8 and 10 psi in mine on the mx track, depends on how hard you ride, some prefer 3-5 psi for smoother ride, the more pressure you use the less likely you pop tire off the beed when rideing though a corner really hard