I read other reveiws about this being a good tire. And it has a pretty cool tread patten as well. And I've ran two other sets of shinco tires. All had pretty good luck with them. This is the first set of stealths. So far I've put about 150 miles on them and pushed them hard to test the grip in the twistys at high speeds. And they really hold good. I feel confident going in fast and hard to the edge of disaster and held TRUE. I will definitely vouch for these tires. To be determined of to how long they last.
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I’ve ran these tires all last season. They lasted me around 8,000 miles of hard riding, which is good in my opinion. They’re also really sticky when they warm up. They warm up very fast. The only downfall to them is they don’t have a high peak on them and they don’t drop into corners very easily. But it’s not terrible. They just do better in straight line riding. I will continue to keep using these tires on my bike and all my other bikes I buy in the future. They’re great.
Love the Shinko Stealth, not for the 600cc guys who just want the expensive 3K miles tires, these take a minute to warm up but you can smoke em , use them for drag racing. Daily riding. I ride with these thru the Mountain curves of the Jemez Mtns
Although it's a decent tire I wish they made it with a taller profile.
These have been primarily track tires, they did GREAT at Chuckwalla, and can't wait to use them at Fontana!!
great tire for the your bucks..
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Question asked by Chapz
Question:Q: These tire are good on the rainQuestion asked Over 11 months ago
Question answered by IsaacUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 11 months agoAnswer: A: This would not be a great rain tire as it is designed with a Slick/Dimple design great for drag racing and serious sport riding
Question asked by Cjacobs95
Question:Q: How well would this set work for supermoto racing?Question asked 1 year 6 months ago
Question answered by AlexUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered 1 year 6 months agoAnswer: A: These tires would be great for racing. They are intended for drag racing and serious sport riding, and they are still D.O.T. approved to ride home on.
Question asked by Micc
Question:Q: Tire sizes neededQuestion asked Over 6 years agoHello, I wanted to order a set of shinko stealths and noticed your tire sizes didnt show me any 16 inch sizes in the drop down box, do i need to call to order? I believe for my bike the standard size for the front is 130/90/16 but not 100% sure. I have a Honda cbr900rr, can you advise if this is a decent size to put on the front? I am also wanting the 200/50/17 size for the rear so would these two sizes be compatible for a good quality ride or should my front size be different? I am for sure going with the 200 series just concerned about the front tire size
Question answered by MotosportStaffUser's contributor status: MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: We would really need the year model of you CBR900RR to determine the correct size you will need. There are two rim sizes that it could be (16inch and 17inch) depending on the model year. I cannot guarantee fitment if you go with a size that is different from stock due to clearance issues you may run into on the bike during installation. If you would like to contact us with all your model info we would be happy to help you in finding a set of tires that would work for you. 888-676-8853.