Michelin Pilot Power

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Michelin Pilot Power
Two laps in and the front was totally planted under heavy braking, despite the K5 squirming under protest. Mid-corner stability remained consistently good, though the rear was spinning up on exit.

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Reviewed: 14 October 2006 by Simon Bowen
A YEAR AFTER launching the twin-compound, super sticky Power Race, Michelin has ventured forth with the more road-focused sport equivalent, using the same technology. The Pilot Power 2CT (two compound technology) deploys a softer compound on the outer edges for optimum grip at extreme angles, and a harder centre compound ...  Continue reading

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Overall reader score
I can't say overall for these tyres as they have only been on over winter. I am yet to use them on my favourite roads on a nice sunny day, I'm hoping they will last long enough to see the sun.
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I can't say overall for these tyres as they have only been on over winter. I am yet to use them on my favourite roads on a nice sunny day, I'm hoping they will last long enough to see the sun.
The feel on trac Continue reading...
I've found these tyres a bit of a mixed bag, they seem to wear OK and grip seems decent in all conditions but there is a real lack of feedback. The couple of times they have let go there has been no warning an Continue reading...
brilliant just a bit pricey Continue reading...
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Don't rate them at all poor feedback and at lean they keep letting go and coming back again fast road waste of time can't wait to get them off and go back to pirreli  

2ct by the way 

Posted: 23/09/2012 at 20:33



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