Dunlop Sportmax Qualifier Motorcycle Tire Features -Re-introduced to fill the middle ground between the sport touring Roadsmart and the high-performance Q2 -Offers exceptional performance and great value for the sport bike enthusiast
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from Thousand Oaks, CA
Comments about Dunlop Sportmax Qualifier Motorcycle Tire:
I was originally sold on the performance of Pirelli ST Angels, they're great touring tires and there were a few pro's on the performance on the track however I never really felt comfortable in the canyons down low into the turns. Once my 2nd pair of Angels began to wear down, I started asking other riders about their preferences.... The name Dunlop came up quite a bit. I also noticed on the riders bikes where us weekend warriors prevail, most if not all had Dunlops on them, so I went for for the GT Qualifiers. Wow! What a difference they made. Instantly, I was more comfortable and once they scrubbed in (120 miles later) taking the curves at low lean angles was no longer a disappointment. Many thanks to the Bike Bandit team! The guy on the phone was very helpful, answered every question I had about the tires. Although it says it could take up to 48 Hours to get my tires, they were at my office next day!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I absolutely loved these tires and before they made the Q2 they were all I ran so naturally I went to the next best thing when these were no longer available.I use every inch of my tires hard down to the foot pegs and pipes there is literally no part of the tire I do not trust to hold me and my bike off the road safe from the rash. I can truthfully say I see no difference in feel from the Qualifier to the Q2. they both wear the same and I only get about 5 to 6 thousand out of the rear depending on more or less how often I kept up with the tire pressure through consistently changing weather in Georgia. Now that they have these back out I only wish they would make them up to the 200 series that they use to make them in because if they did they would be my choice once more.
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