Enter your username and password if you have an account. Doug will take time to discuss options and shipping is always quick. Posted on Friday, July 30, 2010 - 07:12 am: Looks to me like the guy was out of shape at mid track. Maybe I should have tried the 003's since a ton of racers use them with no problem. With the softest compound available.
Nbsp sign up drag radial has a day because of speed rated 168 mph; the hook-up drag tire at will. One rider says perfect tire for those who do street and strip, traction is awesome, tread life is good, best bang for the buck. Visually the shape of these tires is even flatter than the Advances. I know this is semi unrelated, but since people are talking about Shinko tire failures. Its not even a close comparison. I never noticed a change in gearing but it could have been 50 rpm at the line and I wouldn't have notice. Data logs and Time Slips are fact, not subjective opinion.
Nbsp sign up 190 motorcycle tire! That was the best tire I've ever ran on the street. Rear tire drive grip was excellent but edge grip is lacking. Hope I never have a front tire issue. And as far as you go, you could put a drag slick on your bike and it's still gonna spin. I went from the Shinko ultrasoft to the Hookup Pro and have had no issues at all with the new tire. Western Powersports who is the only distributor for Shinko replaced the tire free of cost for me after only seeing those 2 pictures.
The only real flaw is these tires adversely affect steering which makes the motorcycle more difficult to pilot during cornering maneuvers. I indirectly found a circumference dimension of 76. Hell I rode it 700 mile round trip to a car show last summer. It's a miracle that my bike doesn't spin, but I've but a lot of time in to my suspension set up. You always wanna run as much pressure as traction will allow. No spins or losing traction at my local track.
Another says they tried a number of other tires, no match for Shinko 003, dry or wet grips like no other. Posted on Sunday, July 25, 2010 - 07:27 pm: it was reported on dragbike. Boise, Idaho headquartered Western Power Sports, Inc. It costs more but it'll last twice as long as the stink-o. I rarely compared mph vs rpm because it was difficult to tell where I actually chopped the throttle.
Your e-mail address is optional. Posted on Monday, March 14, 2011 - 09:53 pm: The Hook-Up has worked well for me. Just a shot in the dark, but makes me wonder if you turned the bead on the rim so far that it just finally gave up the ghost. To save time swapping stuff around I picked up a wheel from a fellow forum member as well as a rotor and pulley from Ebay. On a Suzuki Hayabusa — hook up very well on track and street. So yes I think it's a way better tire for the street, but not at the expense of my safety.
From to sport bike tires, ChapMoto carries the largest selection of high quality tires that you can find online. The Shinko Hook Up Pro Drag Radial rear tire features all the great features of the original Hook Up but now it is lighter,faster and even better at the top end of the track! But this is all that I've heard Posted on Sunday, July 25, 2010 - 07:09 pm: I read something on the drag bike forum about that but was not sure what they were talking about. The taller tire will affect your torque to ground. They balanced out, no more shake and shimmy smooth as glass and as a side benefit, they hook up so much better along with dropping into a turn way easier. Even 1st gear goosing throttle still controllable and perdictive. Character classes, shinko hook up 190 vs stealth f combine with up drag racing, motor cycles, motorcycle street.
Most items will ship the same business day an order is placed,however if an item requires additional processing time a message will be shown indicating such. Rode 100-150 miles mild rain to heavy down pour I fail to see why so many say tire is terrible in rain. The shorter tire will spin with less leverage. On a Hayabusa 1300 — very durable tire and cost is reasonable. I think your measurements are pretty close.