Pirelli Night Dragon Tire Combo

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5 Reviews
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Dono Verified Purchaser
Stevensville, MI
Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Good tires

I had them installed by the dealer. Love the aggressive tread design but have not had them long enough to determine durability.

Cowboynidaho Verified Purchaser
Emmett, ID 83617, USA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
New tires

I've had the mt66 in the past have 200 miles on the dragons now so far so good

Deuce Verified Purchaser
So Cal
Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great tires

Had these tires for a month on my softail deuce, handles the socal canyons with ease and confidence.
Just rode in the rain and handled superb!

RogerT
Walla Walla, WA
Durability 3/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Soft Ride, Great Grip

I installed these tires on my Honda VTX1800 this Spring, replacing a pair of Metzler ME880's that were on the bike when I purchased it last year. The Pirelli Night Dragons had a noticeably softer ride and great confidence-inspiring grip in the corners. They tracked well on rutted pavement and even when quite worn tracked perfectly straight on grooved concrete. The only downside is longevity. After 5500 miles of leisurely two-up touring, the rear tire was into the wear-bars and the front had worn to 1/32" above the wear-bars. So overall; performance is great, longevity not so much.

Karen
OKC
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Awsome Tires

I ordered these tires for my FatBoy Lo as the Dunlap tires that came on my bike wore out at 5000 miles. The Harley Dunlaps that were on my bike when I bought brand new handled like I was riding on a flat tire. Hard to lean had to slow way down in corners. did not like the feel on wet pavement.

I have over 11,000 miles on my Pirelli Dragons and it is time to order a new set. Both the front and back tire wore even, no couping no buldges, I love how they handle in corners and on wet pavement. I would not buy another tire for my FatBoy.

My Pirelli Dragon tires seen conditions on a reqular basis both wet/dry conditions on Pavement, Dirt roads and Gravel roads.

5 Questions
Answered:   3
Not Yet:   2
Chief
Location: Florida, USA
Q: Pls. reccomend Night Dragon tire combo.?
2 months 18 days ago
2012 HD FLHX Currently running FLHX Front 18 in. 130/70B18 Rear 16 in. 180/65B16 HD stock tires
Sportster1
Q: Hello, I have a Sportster with spoked wheels. Will this tire work with a tube?
3 months 12 days ago
Dlfenny
Q: I want to order a set of these tires for a 2009 Harley Electra Glide Classic. The front tire you have listed doesnt indicate if it is a bias tire.?
1 year 1 month ago
Is the front bias on the Pirelli Night Dragon Tire Combo also? The rear is listed as 180/65B-16 and front is listed as 130/80-17. Tire sizes Front Tire: 130/80-17 Rear Tire: 180/65-16
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 1 month ago
A: Yes they would be Bias.
130/80 B 17 M/C 65H TL

http://www.pirelli.com/tire/us/en/motorcycle/sheet/night_dragon.html
StevieRodd
Q: What type of inner tubes and rim ring is compatible with these tires ?
2 years 1 month ago
Good morning What type of inner tubes and rim rings is compatible with these tires ? I have a 2006 Night Train, and the site says: Front Tire: MH90-21 Rear Tire: 200/55R17 (I'd like to buy everything I need from you in one purchase order) Thanks :)
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 1 month ago
A: You would want to go with Front a MH90-21 and 200/55R17 tube. And a 21" and 17" rim strip. Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
brandy
Location: California, USA
Q: Are these tires tubeless?
Over 3 years ago
MotoSportRyanT
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: Yes, these tires would be able to be run as tubeless tires.
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# Part Numbers
Front Tire
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
130/90B16 Reinforced 2211600
150/80-16 1815400
130/70-18VR 2211300
140/70-18B 1772700
130/90-16 2211500
140/75R17 1815000
110/90-19 2211000
100/90-19 1772500
130/80-17 2211400
120/70ZR19 1814800
140/80-17 2211700
90/90-21 1815300
130/70-18H 2211200
MH90-21 1770400
120/70-21 2211100
130/60B23 2468800
MT90-16B 1770500
Rear Tire
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
200/55-17 2595600
180/55B-18 2812200
170/60R17 2212000
180/65B-16 2592700
160/70-17V 2211800
180/65B-16 2212200
170/80B-15 2592500
MT90-16B 1770600
240/40R18 1862300
Mu85-16B 1770700
180/70R16 2212300
180/60-17B 1773000
160/70-17H 2211900
150/70-18B 1772900
180/60-17 2212100
180/55R18 1815100
150/80B-16 2592600
180/70-15B 1815500
MU85B-16 2592800
200/70-15B 1815600
180/60-16 2595700
130/90B-16 1772800
MT90B-16 2812300
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