Tire Selection
  • 4stroker
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    by 4stroker » Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:43 pm

    Bike type: CRF 450 R

    Front tire: Michelin M-12
    Front tire psi: 10-12
    Rear tire: Michelin S-12
    Rear tire psi: 10-12
    Location: northern-germany
    Type of terrain: sandy to muddy

    Comments: best Tires i ever had. Lasts 6 Races long on 3hour-enduros although on hard terrain eit a mega-grip.

    Tire changing is very easy with the Michelins !!!

    4stroker
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    marks crf
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    by marks crf » Tue Dec 30, 2008 6:28 pm

    Bike type: CRF250r

    Front tire: Michelin MH3
    Front tire psi: 12-14
    Rear tire: Michelin MH3
    Rear tire psi: 12-14
    Location: NSW AUSTRALIA
    Type of terrain: sandy/dusty,muddy,hard,blue grove, grass tracks,rocky, and raining wet slippery mud

    comments: best all round tyre handles all of the terrains mentioned very well and lasts heaps long without chunking or tearing and gets grip very well and provides roost for the people behind
    my #00

    5th gear PINNED on the 250
    6th gear PINNED on the 125

    My van is the only TRUE factory rig
  • slowandslower
    Posts: 4
    Joined: Tue Apr 15, 2008 3:41 pm

    by slowandslower » Wed Jan 28, 2009 2:03 pm

    Bike type: CRF450x

    Front tire: Bridgestone m403
    Front tire psi: 15
    Rear tire: Bridgestone m404
    Rear tire psi: 15
    Location: SoCal
    Type of terrain: desert, hardpack/sandy tracks

    comments: traction as good as 756, but wearing better so far
  • turbo250x
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    by turbo250x » Wed Jan 28, 2009 5:55 pm

    Bike type: 2005 CRF 250 X
    Front tire: stock
    Front tire psi: 12-13
    Rear tire: Pirelli Scorpion MX (100/100/18)
    Rear tire psi: 12-13
    Location: Northeast Alabama
    Type of Terrain: hard, soft, mud, roots, rocks
    Comments: The pirelli has over 1300 miles on it and still has plenty of tread left, it works pretty good.
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    hondude450
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    Joined: Fri Jan 30, 2009 11:17 pm

    by hondude450 » Sat Jan 31, 2009 12:20 am

    Bike type: 2003 CR250R
    Front tire: bridgestone m59
    Front tire psi: 13
    Rear tire: bridgestone m404
    Rear tire psi: 11
    Location: PA
    Type of terrain: rocks, loose coal dirt, hard pack
    Comments:I use to run dunlop 756 front and rear. ok performance but fast wear. didn't try them on the 450R yet tho.
    03 CRF450R
    03 CR250R
    07 CR125R
    06 CRF450R
    05 KDX220R
    88 KX250
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    jb478
    Posts: 28
    Joined: Tue Jan 20, 2009 1:56 pm

    by jb478 » Sat Jan 31, 2009 5:18 am

    Bike type: 450x 05
    Front tire: pirelli scorpion
    Front tire psi: 13
    Rear tire: pirelli scorpion
    Rear tire psi: 11
    Location: west tn
    Type of terrain: dirt,rocks
    Comments
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    decade377
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    Joined: Mon Mar 26, 2007 6:56 pm

    by decade377 » Fri Feb 20, 2009 9:18 am

    Bike type: 06 450X
    Front tire: Maxxis IT,(90/100 21)
    Front tire psi: 15(in SoCal)18(in Baja)
    Rear tire: Maxxis IT,(120/100 18)
    Rear tire psi: 15/18
    Location: SoCal/Mexico
    Type of terrain: Dez with silt,rocks,sand,pavement,hard pack,you know,the usual.
    Comments: Both tires held up well during the Baja 500. The rear still had enough left afterwards to flip it on the rim and do a trail ride.
  • PIT CREW DAD
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    Joined: Thu Jan 24, 2008 9:54 am

    by PIT CREW DAD » Sun Jun 14, 2009 8:29 pm

    Bike type: 05 450R
    Front tire: Dunlop 756
    Front tire psi: 13.5
    Rear tire: Dunlop Geomax MX51
    Rear tire psi: 13.5
    Location: SoCal
    Type of terrain: Tracks, Pala, Perris, Starwest
    Comments: Great combination for grip and traction. Can't speak of how they wear yet.
  • roland757
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    Joined: Wed May 07, 2008 9:34 pm

    by roland757 » Wed Aug 12, 2009 5:13 pm

    Has anyone tried the Michelin HP4 front and rear?
    I ride a 08 CRF450R, race enduros and hare scrambles in the A class. I have always run 756's and MS3's but the front doesn't do great in real hard packed conditions. I'm looking for a review on this fairly new tire.

    Thanks.
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    thetoothperry116
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    Joined: Thu Mar 11, 2010 2:17 pm

    by thetoothperry116 » Thu Mar 11, 2010 2:50 pm

    Bike type: YZ250F, YZ450F
    Front tire: Michelin MH3
    Front tire psi: 13-15
    Rear tire: Michelin MH3
    Rear tire psi: 12-14
    Location: Southern California
    Type of terrain: hardpack, bluegroove, milestone loam, lacr sand
    Comments:the michelins hook up in almost all conditions. They last forever which is good for those who are on a budget!
  • C-Par
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    Joined: Tue Apr 20, 2010 8:14 am

    by C-Par » Wed Apr 28, 2010 6:49 am

    I like Michelin MH3's

    12-14 psi.

    They last a very long time and work in a lot of
    conditions even though they are for Hard packed.
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    450xdirt
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    Joined: Wed Feb 25, 2009 2:20 pm

    by 450xdirt » Wed Apr 28, 2010 7:05 am

    Bike type: 450X
    Front tire: Dunlop MX 51
    Front tire psi: 10-12
    Rear tire: Desert IT
    Rear tire psi: 9-12
    Location: Hills of ID, MT, WY, UT
    Type of terrain: Single track, woods, rocky mountain trails
    Comments: Desert IT is awesome holding up very well. MX 51 seems to be a great front (only 10 hrs on it) holds its line very well.
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    redrider250r
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    Joined: Mon Mar 15, 2010 5:57 pm

    by redrider250r » Wed May 26, 2010 8:54 pm

    Bike type: 150RB
    Front tire: Bridgestone M403
    Front tire psi: 13-15
    Rear tire: Bridgestone M404
    Rear tire psi: 12-14
    Location: Southern wWisconsin
    Type of terrain: Single track hard clay, sand, mud, loose dirt trails
    Comments: great tires for the loose stuff but not as great on harder packed surfacesbut still does its job. Great tires overall!
    "If you don't crash, you ain't goin fast enough"
    "The faster you go, the smoother it gets. (Unless saying #1 comes into play)
    2009 CRF250R (mine)
    09 CRF250R (brothers)
    08 CRF250X (dad)
  • big sky honda
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    Tire choice

    by big sky honda » Tue Aug 03, 2010 11:53 am

    Bike type: 02' 450R
    Front tire: Dunlop 755/765
    Front tire psi: 12 to 16 psi
    Rear tire: Maxxis desert IT/Dunlop 952
    Rear tire psi:12 to 16 psi
    Location: Montana
    Type of terrain:Rocky,Sandy,Hard pack
    Comments:I keep fresh tires on and sell my old tires to the kiddies!
  • Thumper950
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    Joined: Mon Jan 10, 2011 6:30 pm

    by Thumper950 » Mon Jan 10, 2011 7:25 pm

    Bike type: 04 CRF450R
    Front tire: Michelin S12
    Front tire psi:Rocky Terrain 14, non-Rocky Terrain 12
    Rear tire: Dunlop GeoMax 51
    Rear tire psi:Rocky Terrain 12, non-Rocky Terrain 10
    Location:TN
    Type of terrain:Tight 1st - 3rd gear woods riding
    Comments:

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