Triumph Thunderbird tyres

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Triumph Thunderbird wears tyres of size. There are 11 different tyre models available for Thunderbird from renowned brands like MRF, Michelin, Apollo and more. The most affordable tyre available for the Thunderbird is the Michelin, which is priced at Rs. 14130 while the Pirelli at Rs. 21200 is the most expensive.

Thunderbird Tyres Price

Tyres NamePrice RangeTyre Type
Michelin Scorcher 31Rs.14130Tubeless
Pirelli SPORT DEMONRs.Price Coming SoonTubeless
Pirelli Diablo Supercrosa SPRs.Price Coming SoonTubeless
Pirelli DIABLO ROSSO IIRs.21200Tubeless
Michelin Power Slick EVORs.Price Coming SoonTubeless

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Triumph Thunderbird Tyre Size

Triumph Thunderbird wears tyres of 16 size. There are 11 different tyre models available for Thunderbird from renowned brands like MRF, Michelin, Apollo, JK and more. The most affordable Bike tyre available for the Thunderbird is the Michelin, which is priced at 14130 while the Pirelli at 21200 is the most expensive. Search by tyre size to know which tyre best fits your vehicle.
Variant Name
(Tyre Size Guide)
Front & Rear Tyre SizeTyre Price (Starts From)
LT150/80 R16 & 180/70 R16Rs.14130
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Tyre Pressure For Triumph Thunderbird

Thunderbird Variant(s)Front Tyre PressureRear Tyre PressureFront & Rear Tyre Size
LTNANA150/80 R16 & 180/70 R16
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  • vishal naik asked 08 Nov 2017 11:30:55
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    How do I figure the correct Tyre pressure. I ride a TB 500.
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    Hi Vishal, Optimum tyre pressure for front tyres of TB 500 would be 20-22 psi and for the rear ones would be 30-32 psi. I suggest that you download an Owner's Manual from Royal Enfield website for your TB500.   If you ride solo then go for 20 psi for front tyres and 30 psi for the ones at rear. Regards, Ramit

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Frequently Asked Questions on Triumph Thunderbird

Which tyre is best for Triumph Thunderbird?

Michelin Scorcher 31, Pirelli SPORT DEMON and Pirelli Diablo Supercrosa SP are some of the best tyres for Thunderbird. With a starting price of 14130 Michelin Scorcher 31 is the cheapest tyre Thunderbird. These tyres are reasonably priced and are available in 16 and 19 inches sizes.

When to change Bike tyres of Triumph Thunderbird?

Changing Thunderbird tyre depends on how well the Bike has been maintained, driving style, road conditions etc. A new tyre can last anything between 25000 to 50000 kms on Indian roads.

Can we increase tyres size of Triumph Thunderbird?

For a safe upgrade, the tyre size cannot be increased by more than three percent of the Bike's original total tyre diameter. Any difference of more than three percent is just not recommended. Thunderbird comes fitted with 16 inch tyres, you can upsize it to 19 inches.

How to reduce tyre noise in Triumph Thunderbird?

To reduce Thunderbird tyre noise, drive at slower speeds and keep tyres fully inflated to the recommended air pressure for a quieter ride.

What is the tyre size of Triumph Thunderbird?

Triumph Thunderbird comes with a tyre size of .

Can we change Triumph Thunderbird tyres to tubeless?

It's ok to use tubeless and tube type on Thunderbird as long as the patterns are the same. There are various tyre brands that offer tubeless and tube type tyres for Thunderbird. Michelin Scorcher 31, Pirelli SPORT DEMON and Pirelli Diablo Supercrosa SP are some of the best tyres for Thunderbird.

Can I use bigger tyres for Thunderbird?

You can put larger tyres on Thunderbird but it won't improve handling. It will probably make it worse. The wider and heavier the tyres, the more inertia they'll have and the bigger contact patch will make the bike harder to turn. However, if you want to increase the tyre size of Thunderbird, you can get it fitted with 19 inch tyre.

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