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    Baby Twin
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    regular Pilot Power vs 2CT's

    Ok I found a good deal on both the regular Pilot Power's and 2CT's at 4WO|Motorcycle Accessories. Just wondering which one is better? I want tires that can perform better on the track and street. I'm also thinking of combining these tires (regular on the front and 2CT on the rear). Any thoughts? Thanks for any help.

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    I'm currently using the regular Pilot Power front and rear. It's a good tyre, although I think it lacks in feel, but that could be due to it having a greater limit than comparable tyres. The 2CT is supposed to be an improvement, being dual-compound, but are you good enough to notice the difference?

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    Thanks for the input, ride4fun. That's the reason why I'm thinking of using the 2CT for the rear.

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    I like them both and used pilot power on my gsxr and 2ct on my rsv. The 2ct feel (I may be imagining this....) a bit squidgier (technical term there) and planted when leant over but in a good grippy way. Both are excellent. If you can afford the 2CT that would be my recommendation.

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