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Pirelli Scorpion Pro Motorcycle Tire

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Rated best DOT tire by Dirt Bike Magazine! Competition-designed with FIM homologation in mind; used by MX1 world champion Stefan Everts. Designed for soft/intermediate terrain with V-shaped half-shoulder knobs for cornering traction. Durable new tread compound increases structural stability, provides higher mileage and better traction. DOT approved front and rear.

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5.0

Great fo Dual Sport

By Cambo

from NY

Comments about Pirelli Scorpion Pro Motorcycle Tire:

The Bike XR650R street legal dual sport. This big red pig handles trails awsome with the scorpion tire in the front. On the road it is not the best but I am off road 85% of the time. Better than the Kenda Trakmaster and the DOT helps pass NY inspection

 
4.0

much better

By toolhead

from new jersy,nj

Comments about Pirelli Scorpion Pro Motorcycle Tire:

i was running a dunlop on the front of my xr 650l and it drifted way to much and would not track like a tire should in the woods. now i know im on a big heavy dual sport running 30psi but compaired to the dunlop this tire is like a full on dirt tire. i use to fear the soft stuff with my old tire up front but now running this one its nothing. i highly recomend this tire for anyone running off road 90% of the time.

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5.0

Best

By luima

from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Comments about Pirelli Scorpion Pro Motorcycle Tire:

one of the best tire can i get, because its good in a wet terrain

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    I want to purchase a 90/90/21 and a 140/80/18 what size tubes should I get and do they come with the rim bands. I was considering the msr gold tubes, but anything you suggest is fine. Thanks for your time.
    Asked on 3/10/2012 by Eric from NJ

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      Thanks for your question! You should order the same tire sizes you have. Rim strips are sold seperately.

      Answered on 3/13/2012 by Anonymous
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Specifications and Options

Brand Pirelli
Front / Rear Front, Rear
Tire Size 90/90-21, 120/90-18, 140/80-18
Rim Size 21, 18
Shipping Restrictions Tire
Tube / Tubeless Tube Type
Load Index 54, 65, 70
Speed Rating M, R
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