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gabbar singhvia GoogleHai anand i am having a yamaha r15 version 2.0 2015 model i hav runed only 23k kms on front mrf zapper fy 1 90/80 tyre nd rear mrf revz s 130/70 section now yamaha service people r telling me to change the tyres shll i do itjQuery223028943354101267915_1486827559273?? Is 23k kms only fr tht tyres or more is thr....nd i am thinking to chane rear tyre woth pirelli sprots demon 130/70 tyre it is good tyre or shll i change with stock mrf revz s tyte pls help me out of ths problRead More
Two wheeler tyres usually run good for about 15000 kms, on average. But its good that you extracted 23k kms out of them. But now I would suggest that you replace both the tyres, keeping your safety in mind.
You can continue using stock MRF RevZ. It is a pretty good tyre. But Pirelli Sport Demon is an exceptionally good thing, and hence, is also expensive. But if budget isn't a problem then go for Pirelli. Sport Demon would offer great traction, long life and great handling.
Parmjeet Singhvia GoogleHello sir, my name is Parmjeet singh . I want to ask about falken tyre. That, the falken tyre is the one of the best tyre then Apollo ,Ceat and MRF?
Hello Parmjeet Singh,
Falken tyre is a Japanese brand and has been very popular internationally. It has been a keen participant of motor racing and has been designing lots of racing as well as passenger tyres. No doubt, it is a very good brand.
But to say that it is better than MRF or Apollo or Ceat would be little difficult, as all these brands are very good and quite popular in India.
A better comparison can be drawn between specific tyre models of these brands. So, if you have any particular tyre requirement then please let me know, because that ways I would be able to assist you better.
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