Eeeeeeeeh I was going to get the s20's but I just bought a set of dr2's, they went on sale at revzilla and there's also $40 rebate from Pirelli. Total price was $160. So I guess I'll try the Evo s20's next next tire change, or the s21's when they're released in our bike's size.I'd go for the Evo's, that will be my next tire choice.
So for weight weinnies go with a grp300 front and a s20evo back....I might do that in the futureSo going off your own measurements in your clips it appears the Bridgestone evo rear is 7 ounces lighter than the Dunlop GPR but the front is 5 ounces heavier. So much of a muchness.
You must ride your bike quite hard eh, it hasn't lasted long. Or they are just a really soft compound or a bit of both factors maybe.Okay now that the rear is at the wear bar and 2,500 miles in I can update. Think I might be able to get maybe another 500 out the rear.....maybe. As for feel and performance I still stand by mostly what I said before. The s20evo have less feel then the GPR300 but do turn in quicker cause of the more triangle shape. Think the dunlops have slightly better traction as well