The White Tiger wrote:I've had the trailing edges lift on a few tyres but never had them rip like that
I read an article last nite re feathering , more related to track bikes but feathering on the front of the tread block is rebound set to slow and feathering on the rear is rebound set to fast. I presume fast equals soft and slow equals hard.
I just came back from a short 1800 k Snowy Trip , before I left the rear had 3 mm over the TWI blocks .. two days of hi 20 degree temps and full load two the tyre was on the TWI blocks . Thankfully the weather and pace cooled . The right hand side of the tyre is now F..ked. Left still has heaps over the TWI . Maybe a good tyre for a track day at PI