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- Q.Please suggest better tyre for yamaha fz v2, Michelin or Apollo? Michelin has 130/70 it will fix?A.
You can go for Michelin Pilot Sporty for the front and Michelin Pilot Street for rear fitment.Answered 04 Mar 2021 02:50:08
- Q.I HV beat LT petrol. I want to change its tyre. What is the best tyre size (if I can upgrade it? And best tyre brand for beat. Thanks. DheerajA.
Hi Dheeraj, The stock tyre size for Beat Petrol LT is 155/70 R14. If you want to upsize it then go for 165/70 R14. MRF ZLX would be a good tyre to begin with. In case you want something better then you could look at Bridgestone B250 or Bridgestone Turanza AR20 ( our recommendation being Turanza if it fits your budget). You could also look at buying Yokohama Earth-1 tyre. It is better than Bridgestone B250, although not as good as Turanza. RegardsAnswered 04 Oct 2016 01:38:28
- Q.Dunlop TUFF GRIP tubeless 140/70 17. How's the performance of this tyre on YAMAHA FZ ? And what would be the excepted price in Thane ?A.
Hi Sunil, Dunlop TUFF Grip is a good tyre and according to the users it's better than MRF however, this tyre is not available currently as the Dunlop India operations have stopped. I will recommend you to go for Michelin Pilot sporty tyres. These are very good tyres and you should be satisfied with them. RegardsAnswered 23 Feb 2016 06:43:52
- Q.which tyres are best for yamaha fz 1 2013 bike. i will be riding both on service roads as well as city roads and i need best tyre whch gives best fuel economyyamaha-fz1pirelli-diablo-rosso-iiimetzeler-m7metzeler-sportec-streetmichelin-pilot-power-3ceat-zoommrf-revzralco-blasterA.
Yamaha FZ1 (998 cc) bike carries tyre size of 120/70 R17 at the front and 140/60 R 17 at the rear. There are many tyre choices available in this category but they are premium tyres such as Pirelli Diablo Rosso III (front), Metzeler M7 (front), Metzeler Sportec Street (front), Michelin Pilot Power 3 (front) which may not provide optimum fuel efficiency as their focus is grip and performance, while for rear, economical tyres that will also provide better fuel mileage are CEAT Zoom, MRF REVZ, Ralco Blaster Sporty and others.