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    Diablo Rosso Corsa 2's

    Well after a decent run out today about 110 miles I think I have got these tyres worn in.
    My first impression is they seem very good.
    I'm not a fast rider by any means but I manged 44° lean angle today which I think is alot for me.
    The tyres never felt like letting go and just offer tonnes of grip and warn up fairly quickly.

    I will definitely be replacing them with the same next time around.

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    Re: Diabolo Rosso Corsa 2'

    They are very decent tires

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    Re: Diabolo Rosso Corsa 2'

    me too

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    Re: Diabolo Rosso Corsa 2'

    I had the original Diablo Rosso Corsa's on my Fireblade and found them very good at the time.
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    Re: Diabolo Rosso Corsa 2'

    I've been testing a 200/60 version of the rear. I don't recommend it. Doesn't really fit the bike, its too tall. So always take the 55 option if you're considering these.

    Did decent times at Snetterton having said that.

    Pictures compared to a V02 rear. Which it dwarfs.

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    Re: Diabolo Rosso Corsa 2'

    Ive just ordered Rosso 3's are these much different?

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    Re: Diabolo Rosso Corsa 2'

    Quote Originally Posted by FRS463 View Post
    Ive just ordered Rosso 3's are these much different?
    they are much worse mate

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    Re: Diabolo Rosso Corsa 2'

    Quote Originally Posted by FRS463 View Post
    Ive just ordered Rosso 3's are these much different?
    From road biased, to track biased, the order is as follows:
    Rosso 3’s, Rosso ‘Corsa’ 2’s, SuperCorsa SP’s

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    Re: Diabolo Rosso Corsa 2'

    Oli is that for track use or road use?

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    Re: Diablo Rosso Corsa 2's

    Well got the bike back after a problem with the gearbox and done about 50miles on the Rosso 3's as needed something for the wet roads here in Cork.

    First impressions not as confidence inspiring as the Dunlop Sportsmart TT's I had on the last bike. Seem to move a bit on the road when banked over but that may just be because they need some more wearing in?

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