Reviews Giant Grip for Mini Racers - Dunlop TT93 GP Pro

21:30  15 december  2020
21:30  15 december  2020 Source:   motorradonline.de

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Find product information about Dunlop TT 93 GP Scooter Tyres. Features and benefits, technology, sizes and key fitments. Find a Dunlop dealer near to you. Semi-slick tread pattern and specially stiffened tread for instant handling response. Has even more grip than the popular TT92 GP it replaces.

These tubeless mini race tires are great for high performance use. Articles. How To: Choose Motorcycle Tires Buying tires online can save you a ton of cash, but you need to know what to look for to make sure Is there a difference between the TT 93 and the TT 93 GP ? A shopper on Jul 22, 2019.

Anyone who has a name and a reputation in racing trains as often as possible on pit bikes. The small motorcycles on 12 inch tires are chased on kart tracks in the hall or outdoors. With the new TT93 GP Pro, Dunlop is now introducing a new racing skin.

  Riesengrip für Mini-Racer - Dunlop TT93 GP Pro © Dunlop

Since an experienced pit bike racer can similarly reach the Moto-GP slope and grinds everything on the ground that the station wagon has to offer, the tires must offer absolutely reliable grip, even with only a few horses, but also be able to forgive mistakes. With the new TT93 GP Pro,

Dunlop presents the successor to the well-known mini racer TT93 GP. However, only in the popular dimension 100 / 90-12 49J for the front and 120 / 80-12 55J for the rear. The rear 120 is available in three different compounds so that the grip can be adapted to different track temperatures. The universal mixture medium-soft should be interesting for beginners, which offers a very wide range of uses and should also be able to do many rounds.

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