Yamaha Jupiter Tyres

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The Yamaha Jupiter wears a 90/90 R12 tyre at the front and a 90/90 R12 tyre at the rear.At Rs. 850, the Zapper FG is the cheapest front tyre available for the Jupiter,while the Zapper FG, which retails at Rs. 1770 is the most expensive front tyre available for the Jupiter.Priced at Rs. 850, the Zapper FG is the most affordable rear tyre for the Jupiter.The Scorcher 11 at Rs. 8840 is the costliest rear tyre for the Jupiter.

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  • sun!l asked 25 Dec 2019 10:52:47
    Q.
    Max tire size rear for rx100
    A.

    From the question, we believe you want to know the maximum tyre size possible for rear wheel of your Yamaha RX 100. You can upsize to 3.00 x R18 tyres. With this upsize you are likely to get better handling feedback from tyres and the ride quality will be more planted than before. However, you may experience slight dip in the mileage. You can go for CEAT Secura Zoom, CEAT Milaze and MRF Nylogrip Zapper for the upsized tyre.

    Answered 06 Jan 2020 05:58:24
  • adhiti das asked 26 Dec 2019 12:56:10
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    Which tyre is best for tvs Jupiter classic?
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    TVS Jupiter is fitted with larger 90/90 12 at front and rear.The choices available for you are Michelin City Pro, Ceat Zoom D, Ceat Secura Neo, TVS Dragon and JK Blaze.

    Answered 06 Jan 2020 05:50:00
  • adhiti das asked 26 Dec 2019 10:45:44
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    Which tyre is best for tvs Jupiter classic?
    A.

    TVS Jupiter comes with tyre size of 90/90 12 at front and rear. Depending on your budget you can opt for Ceat Secura Neo (Rs. 1178), JK Blaze (Rs. 1077), Michelin City Pro (Rs. 1361), and TVS Dragon (Rs. 1326). All the mentioned prices are of approximate value and may vary a bit.

    Answered 06 Jan 2020 05:21:39

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