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    Think my S1000xr has the Bridgestone T30 tyres on it (sports-tour) - they may be the obvious choice?
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    See if that works .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackal View Post
    Think my S1000xr has the Bridgestone T30 tyres on it (sports-tour) - they may be the obvious choice?

    Yeah I had the t30 EVO's on my Ducati , liked them a lot , decision made....

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    Metzeler Roadtec 01

    Simply superb tyres Better than the T30s in the dry and so much better in the wet

    Have a read of the write ups on these before you buy a new set
    Rob
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adventure Boy View Post
    Metzeler Roadtec 01

    Simply superb tyres Better than the T30s in the dry and so much better in the wet

    Have a read of the write ups on these before you buy a new set
    Rob

    Cheers for that , ordered some , always liked metzelers

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbob99 View Post
    Cheers for that , ordered some , always liked metzelers
    No probs you wont be dissapointed

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    6ooo miles later , a trip to Jerez and Portugal , fuel consumption is a bit of a shitter , still think its a great bike , will be keeping it for a bit longer yet




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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbob99 View Post
    6ooo miles later , a trip to Jerez and Portugal , fuel consumption is a bit of a shitter , still think its a great bike , will be keeping it for a bit longer yet



    Such a look of a Transformer in the last photo!

    On another note did you see the job Goblin did on an MT10. It was on Quest last night. They created a TW dragster version.

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    Bob, what was the tank range you were getting whilst away .

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    Over the 2000 miles it was returning 44mpg , so started to look for fuel at the 120 mile mark , had a lot of gear on it though l was camping and went for 10days , wasn’t hanging about either so was pretty pleased ,
    I had a givi fuel tank 2.5 litres but never used it , the fuel consumption would be the only gripe In all honesty , if you’re enthusiastic it can drop a lot ....
    They weren’t lying about the power output though , had it dynoed not long ago and it makes the power Yamaha said it makes


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    Quote Originally Posted by steve hughes View Post
    Such a look of a Transformer in the last photo!

    On another note did you see the job Goblin did on an MT10. It was on Quest last night. They created a TW dragster version.


    Will look out for that , thx

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    Sounds about right , fuel-wise .
    Did a 3000 mile trip on mine and would look for fuel at 130 ish

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