If you can find this tire as cheap as the m-1's, get it. I got the RR fixed yesterday and took it out for a spin to class. It was like 35 degrees in the morning and drove for about 1-2 mins. Then when I entered the highway, gunned it. the m-3 Tire, not once at all, did not spin or lose traction. Even when I hit that powerband, the tire didn't lose grip!
The dunlop 208's would always lose grip when I hit the powerband on my F2 even after 5-10 mins of running around. So after class, I rode around Raleigh for about an hour find curves and what not. I'm just amazed how fast the tire warms up, and after class, it was still only 45 degrees. I could pop wheelies after 1 min warm up time without any tire spin. I lose no traction in taking curves, but I'm keeping it safe and not leaning to far over since it is a cold road still. Once the weather gets above 60, I'll really take it out for a spin, but damn those cage drivers for only going 45 in a 35 or 25mph curve.
Btw, getting a matching front tire thursday. local shop found one in their inventory and I claimed it already. Oh and I found 1 review for it so far and gave it just as good if not better then the m-1 and pilot powers.
Last edited by JBaz; 02-08-2006 at 07:25 AM.