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Designed specifically for motocross tracks, the ITP Holeshot MXR6 utilizes a proven tread design that is ideal for loose track surfaces.
The new reinforced carcass of the ITP Holeshot MXR6 tire helps to minimize stretching to maintain a flat profile during acceleration and cornering. The new carcass also allows riders to run lower tire pressure, enhancing control and comfort.
The lugs on the MXR6 tire have stiffened knobs that result in less flex and more consistent cornering.
The wide-spaced split knob tread pattern offer great bite and clean-out.
The ITP Holeshot MXR6 tire are 2 ply to reduce weight.
Note: ITP Holeshot MXR6 tire are sold individually.
Just got these tires on the back of my yfz 450r and they made a huge difference over stock. They hookup really good and make the quad handle like a whole different machine. Overall the best tire ive ridden yet.
The rear mxr6's hook really hard on my 05 trx. So much that i have a hard time with keeping the front end down! If it does slide in the corner it is very controllable. This is my second pair after three years and i would say thats pretty good. They still had good traction even at the end of their life. Better than some other comparable tires new. The trick is to stay off the road and they will last.
These tires hook hard, just ran them at an arenacross on my Cannondale and had forgotten how well tires could hook. They do wear pretty quickly on hard pack but for the drive they give it is worth it for me. ITP tires are always one of my favorites for my quad.
You also want to know if you are buying new rims or not because if your using the old rims you want to make sure the last number of the rim matches the last number of the tire. and it really doesnt matter which you go with the will work equally on the trail.
all depends on ur wheel size, if ur stock wheels are a 9" diameter then yes, if there an 8" they wont, the first number is height, the second is width, the last number is your wheel size.i think stock wheels are a 9" so any other tire in a 9"wheel will work so a 18x10x9 for ex will fit.or buy a set of wheels and do whatever you want!