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Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP V2 Rear Tire
Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP V2 Rear Tire

$ 228.99 - $ 304.99
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Item #PIR000J

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Verified Purchaser
Durability 2/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Supercorsa - Not for commuting

This tire is exactly what it claims to be. A street legal track tire. It sucks for wear. It sucks for commuting. But what it does is stick to the road and gives you a sense control that lets you ride with confidence. That being said, make sure you're running the right pressure for the type of riding you are doing and you'll scrub the lettering off of the sides in no time.

Verified Purchaser
Carrollton, TX, USA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Pure Confidence

This tire combo is a true upgrade in itself, I ran thru a set of knee sliders in one weekend I was so confidant in the bikes control. I usually run a diablo superstreet combo and under hard accel rear drifted out, this tire will take anything you give to it. warms up quick, sticks like no other I will expect to get about1500/2000miles out of rear and 4k out of fronts.

Verified Purchaser
West Chester, PA, USA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5

The tires are awesome the grip and feel of the road is incredible i recommend the tires to everyone from street rider to racer

6 Questions
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Q: I want a wider rear tire then a 140. I know space is limited but I'm willing to modify the swing arm to accommodate. What's the widest that will fit stock? Like to run a 180 but I don't think that's gonna happen. How about a different size wheel?
3 months 18 days ago
Top 10
3 months 18 days ago
A: You would need to call us so we can ask a couple more questions to better answer your concern. Please call 1-888-676-8853.
Q: Compared with Q3/Q3 Plus
Over 9 months ago
How do these compare with the Dunlops for the track? I'm an intermediate track-only guy so I don't care about street use. I ride a zx10r and i weigh 210 pounds. I get about 5 track days out of the Dunlop tires. Thanks
Top 10
Over 9 months ago
A: Tire selection is a very personal decision on what to run. Some folks tend to stick to one brand due to the way that they feel. Some guys tend to buy based on cost. Pirellis are one of the most used tires out on the track. Unfortunately you will not know if you like the characteristics of the tires until you ride on them. Maybe see if one of your track friends will let you do a hot lap on a bike with Pirellis installed on it.
Q: 110/150?
1 year 8 months ago
I see that there aren't any options for a 110 front and a 150 rear. Is there a chance that you have them in stock? Or could get them? I can't find them anywhere online.
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 8 months ago
A: Sorry Pirelli Diablo Supercorsas do not come in those sizes. The Diablo Rosso III's do though.

Q: Hey MotoSport, I have a question regarding the Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP V2 rear tire size 200, will it fit my 13 S1000RR
Over 4 years ago
Top 1 Contributor
Over 4 years ago
A: We have the stock tire sizes listed for most all models on our website. Please be sure that you have the proper machine in your “shopping for” selection. We do NOT have a listing of alternative sizes available for your machine. We suggest staying with the stock sizing as changing the size can cause issues with handling, reliability, rubbing and could have adverse effects on performance.
Q: What would be best for a 2011 gsxr 600? Id like a little longevity, but i need to trust them laid over in a corner.
Over 5 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago
A: There are so many opinions on tires that it is very hard to recommend a tire without knowing a little more information than what was provided. This tire here is going to be more performance oriented than mileage oriented. It is a dual compound tire that uses a more durable rubber in the center and softer on the sides so it will have better wear than a traditional single compound soft tire but still corner well. The downside to a tire like this is that it has limitations as far as real world riding conditions are concerned. If you were to get caught in the rain or do ride in the rain, this would be a terrible tire due to the lack of tread to disperse water. This is a great set of tires that will perform well in the dry, but may not have the mileage you are looking for or work well in all conditions. Unfortunately performance and mileage go hand in hand you can really have more of one and less of another. If you would like to give us a call with a little more detail of your riding conditions, we can help select a tire for you that we feel would work well for you.
Q: Which tires should I buy living in vegas?
Over 5 years ago
I want great mileage tires and also have great performance in the curves. I live in Vegas so not much rain here. Its for bmw s1000rr
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago
A: I am a fan a fan of Michelin Tires. For your BMW S1000R I would look at either the Pilot Power 2ct's or the Pilot Power 3's. Both are a dual compound tire which will allow good mileage while still providing good grip in the corners.
# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
180/55-17 2244800
180/60-17 2321700
190/55-17 2304500
200/55-17 2167000
190/50-17 2304300