Have had the front PP3 installed for a short time, but feel much like the Pures that i have been running, which I love. Hoping for more miles out of these. My rear PP3 has lasted significantly longer than the Pures already, so no reason to believe the front tire won't last longer as well. Pretty happy with performance. Will continue running the PP3. Already have PP3 replacement for the rear tire on hand. When the time comes, I'll be ready to go.
Michelin Pilot Power 3 Front Tire
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The Pilot Power 3 is the much-anticipated replacement for the Michelin Power Pure tire. The Pilot Power 3 is an all new high-performance, dual-compound sportbike tire designed for the street or the track.
- Enhanced riding performance - Casing profile optimized for excellent feedback and handling.
- Confidence in both wet and dry conditions.
- All-new compounds for maximum wet grip: up to 4.5 seconds per lap faster on a wet track than Michelin Pilot Power 2CT tires*.
- Semi-slick tread design maximizes contact patch for excellent dry grip - more than four seconds faster on a dry track than Michelin Pilot Power 2CT tires*.
- Excellent longevity - 20% more tread life versus Michelin Pilot Power 2CT tires*.
*Source: Internal tests conducted in 2012 at Ladoux Technological Center.
I sopke to Matt in Customer Service about a price match on this tire. He ensured I got the Price Match, and the $5.00 in Fast Cash as well.
Thanks Matt and Motosport You guys are doing a great job.
I have reviewed this tire before- But will say it again- This Tire Rocks for Race Track and hard charging Canyons- sticks better and outlasts the Pilot Power, Pilot Power 2CT, and Pilot Power Pure, Truly a big step forward in tire technology. Very Confidence inspiring when pushing the Front into and through a turn or spinning the Rear on exit. Very, Very Grippy and Predictable.
For fast riding on warm/hot days this is an awesome tire, tons of grip, very responsive, and the latest technology in rubber compounds for the street. you won't hit the limits of this tire unless your on a racetrack.
when it loses grip it is pretty sudden, much like the older 2ct's, and this goes for all supersport tires but below 50 degree temps these tires really shouldn't be pushed too hard, they also feel a little nervous in the rain.
-I have a pretty good flat spot going with about 5k miles, which is pretty average nowadays for a supersport tire, spirited street riding, they haven't seen the track yet. I will probably grab another set next month or so
Killed the twisties on the street this past weekend and these things would NOT come unglued!! Almost dragging knee on street curves no problem. LOTS of confidence with these tires. Heat up fast and stay sticky.