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Bridgestone Battlax BT003RS Rear Tire

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Bridgestone Battlax BT003RS Rear Tire
Bridgestone Battlax BT003RS Rear Tire
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The Bridgestone Battlax BT003 Racing Street tire is the ultimate street tire that handles the back road twisties during the week, and the knee dragging hairpins on the weekend.

  • The Battlax BT003 Racing Street model tire was created after the Bridgestone BT003 Racing tire, but handles the street demands such as uneven or wet pavement.
  • Bridgestone took their MotoGP technology and imbedded it into the BT003 to produce a dual-compound tire designed for the streets.
  • Dual compound technology on the BT003 tire provides a higher mileage tire while generating exceptional corner grip.
  • A unique Mono Spiral Belt construction found on the BT003 creates a continuous belt around the tire, eliminating overlapping to reduce weight and increase high bump absorption.
  • Bridgestone developed a silica-rich compound that heats the BT003RS tire quicker, providing traction from the time your motorcycle's engine cranks.
  • Super Sport bikes need another Bridgestone created technology - the Ultraction Compound on the BT003RS gives the best possible grip performance on public roads or dry circuits.
  • Diving into a corner easily is crucial to cut down lap times or avoid street obstacles, so Bridgestone reduced the negative ratio in the shoulder part of the tread of the BT003.
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Location: Charlotte, NC
CrankSpleenless
2006 GSX-R1000

I put these on my track bike after switching from Pilot Power 2ct tires. I would say they perform better off of feel, as I did not get lap times to compare the two at the same track.

I was able to run 1:53-54s at CMP without spinning the rear up much or having it break loose on me. It was a colder day or I would say that they could confidently get closer to the 1:51 mark.

Durability is what you would expect, having them mounted on a liter bike. Feedback was good. I could feel what the tire was doing pretty much the whole time. They also were up to temp very quickly.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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unclemichael
Best purchase ever!!

so this was my first set of good tires.before i had shinkos and continental. while both of those are decent tires for a good price. but within the first 5 minutes of having these tires on i was in love! once you try these youll understand. before it was like fighting the bike to make it lean in and now with the bt003 street racing tire turn in is effortless. take time to get use to these tires,they are like nothing you have ever tried before!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Salt Lake City, UT
brigestonefan
Excellent track day tire!

i have ridden many different tires and i keep coming back to the bt-003. they provide excellent grip and good feedback when you push the tire to or near it's limits. good stability under breaking and really deserves high marks for durability given the punishment it endures through repeated track sessions. this is due, in part, to the use of multiple tread compounds which enhance grip and durability. an excellent tire at an excellent value.

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: Ephrata PA
MrStauffer
A Good Tire

It's a good tire...on the Suzuki Bandit 12, you can run out of traction at full lean, ham fisting the trottle on a heavy bike at NJMSP's Thunderbolt course. Don't bother riding below 50 degree's, the cold tire may as well be greased until you get some heat into it, wet weather...it spins up and side steps like any other. On dry roads, they leave sweet black carving archs through the turns, if the back end is loose. I really should be ordering a set of sport touring tires and ride this bike like the gray hair I've become, however I'm ordering a second set now.

P.S. scrap them when you hit the wear bars on the sides, I don't think the rubber is as tacky closer to the carcass

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