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Outstanding tire.
Great grip wet or dry.
Excellent mileage.
GT Spec is the way to go.

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I will mostly agree with Paul regarding the PR4. I actually liked the 3 slightly better on my ST1300 for the rear. It would be hard to say exactly why, it had a slightly flatter profile and suited ME better.

The PR4 GT front lasted longer than any other front tire I ever had on the ST1300. That was the only time that I did not change both tires together, the PR4GT front looked great at over 9K. Everything about the PR4 GT front tire was the best I ever ran.

BTW, both my FJR and Pop's FJR are running PR4s right now. After we put the PR4s on Dad's '07 he declared he would never go back to the PR3.
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Originally Posted by Georgia dawg View Post
On the topic of tires, does anyone have an opinion on the Michelin Pilot Road 4 tires? My bike will need a set soon and I'm leaning toward these.
Thanks.
I'd start a separate thread asking this, A lot of people wont answer and ignore Echo's threads.
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