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    Re: Bridgestone Battlax T32's
    Reply #10 on: 17 August, 2022, 05:04:27 pm
    17 August, 2022, 05:04:27 pm
    Today new T32R fitted after 10.500km. It could have lasted another 2000-2500km but wanted no issues on my coming trips.
    The front T32F has done 6000km now.
    Bridgestone T32 is still my favourite  :037:
    Note: T32 price increased approx 10% since last year

    Last Edit: 17 August, 2022, 05:50:16 pm by mustangpilot

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    Re: Bridgestone Battlax T32's
    Reply #11 on: 17 August, 2022, 11:21:23 pm
    17 August, 2022, 11:21:23 pm
    Sorry Mustangpilot, just didn't get on with the Bridgestones, poor value for the mileage i got from them.  Also always felt like the rear was sliding on corners once they had done 3 or 4000 miles.
    Im sure i will get double the mileage from the PR4'S for the same price  :152:
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    Re: Bridgestone Battlax T32's
    Reply #12 on: 19 August, 2022, 10:24:59 pm
    19 August, 2022, 10:24:59 pm
    Have to say I've always used 36 psi in the front. Previously on much heavier bikes 38 psi. Generally I think a couple of psi difference is neither here nor there - not when you compare to the much coarser measurement of bar. The only thing I don't do is go low.  :015:

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    Re: Bridgestone Battlax T32's
    Reply #13 on: 03 March, 2023, 05:26:13 am
    03 March, 2023, 05:26:13 am
    I'm in Australia where our roads are Shite, rough and full of pot holes, not to mention in summer are hot. After changing the original Pirelli Angel ST at 10, 000k rear and 13000 front I went to Angel GT. Much improved performance and mileage, approx 3000 k more on the rear. The I went to the Angel GT II and put A spec on rear.  Never got a chance to wear the rear out, got a puncture that destroyed the tyre after 6000 klm.   Replaced it with another A spec. and at the moment have done around 15000 klm on it with meat still left. I travel 75 klm each way to work (Geelong to Melbourne) on freeway. It is a little flat from highway riding and being A spec also seems a little hard, like over inflation.  Totally happy with Pirelli GT II and will buy again.

     



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