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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

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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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