Michelin Pilot Power
The Michelin Pilot Power is a Ultra High Performance Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Motorcycle
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while driving a
(180/55 R17) on
Average tyres. Good on dry, very good on wet. For average riders excelent.
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while driving a
(160/60 R17 W) on
I live in Singapore, a country with a tropical climate and high humidity, and lots of torrential rains. It is a very small island-like country that mostly communes about 30km at a stretch and rarely above 40km in one go. My bike only weighs about 200+kg. Climate usually above 30-degree Celcius all year round. My average speed in the expressways usually around 80km/h to 100km/h.
I would say this is a good dry grip tyre. The sense of confidence to ride this in dry conditions is high. Tyre seems to warm up fast in the dry weather, especially when riding in the mid-afternoon under the scorching equator sun, it feels really sticky. But Michelin Pilot Power 2CT is still a better dry weather tyre when compared to these in my opinion.
During wet weather, tyre performance is still acceptable, and traction is not excellent but still feels safe. But I would still opt for Michelin Road 5 as my prefered rain tyres.
If Michelin has not invented the Road 5, Pilot Power would be my preferred one-tyre-do-all wet/dry tyre to use in Singapore.
Tried them on my Aprilia SL1000 Falco and later on Aprilia RST1000 Futura. It works well, knee down lean angles and all, but I don't like their lack of feedback. They either grip (and they grip well) or they don't, and I always had to have some luck not to crash after a slip which didn't happen with ContiRoadAttack. So I took them off a Falco and put them on a Futura where they're more than up to the task. Futura is a much heavier bike and sometimes I ride it fully loaded, so the rear tyre lasted less than 4000 km alltogether which is a bit of a disappointment. Will I buy again? Yes, I will buy another rear tyre while I'm at it, but when it wears out I will replace the whole set with a Michelin Pilot Road.
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while driving a
Honda CBR 600F4i
(225/45 R17) on
a combination of roads
I had the Michelin Pilot Power for the last 4 and a half years approximately. I found them very good and just bought a new set. At the end of their life the front tyre lost its roundness and became quite high at the centre and flat on the sides I believe due to having a softer compound on the sides. The rear tyre still has some more to go. It is a good all year round tyre dry and wet although I mainly used them on dry surface and I am an average rider. I had other brands before but this is one of my favourite.
(190/50 R17 W) on
Had these on my street triple and rated them good feedback ok in wet but I do ride with caution in rain . Due to positive results on the 675 and a bargain deal £118 delivered at demon tweets I bought some for my zx10 r done 800 miles so far warm up quick and essential for road use retain heat good feedback and aided stability complimenting the bike track day fast group may require something softer but for mortals they fit the bill