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Metzeler M7 RR

mistersouthpaw

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Who here runs this tire for a street bike 120/180zr... love it? Hate it? Seems like a good bang for the bike and all around performer. Any input before I pull the trigger tmrw is appreciated
 

bigpoppa

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Had these on my old SV, good tire, warmed up fast

Didnt get a chance to try them out in the rain, but dont think metzeler makes 'bad' tires

Edit:
Its a sport/hypersport tire, not sport touring, since you mentioned an all round performer
 

Hardwrkr13

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I have them on my Multistrada. Excellent grip even cold and warm up quick. Almost due for a replacement after 7,000km and I'll be going back to a Pilot Road 5 or Roadsmart 3 as both have more than enough grip for Ontario roads and have much better lifespan.
 

Katatonic

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Who here runs this tire for a street bike 120/180zr... love it? Hate it? Seems like a good bang for the bike and all around performer. Any input before I pull the trigger tmrw is appreciated
I’ve got them on my Tuono. Great traction, turn in and feedback. I’ve had them right to the edge and no confidence issues. No issues on wet roads either, but admittedly I had the traction control turned all the way up and was taking it easy.
 

frekeyguy

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I am a die hard Michelin person for SS/aggressive street riding/mild track.
I love the M7RR, great price point, great performance.
 

mistersouthpaw

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I am a die hard Michelin person for SS/aggressive street riding/mild track.
I love the M7RR, great price point, great performance.
I haven’t tried the m7rr but yea seemed like a good price for performance. I ended up going with the power rs. Have you ever ran 60 vs 55? I was told the more round profile is great for hugging corners
 

BigEvilDoer

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The M7rr has been superseded by the M9rr...

This guy is a fantastic YouTube personality. I've watched a bunch of his videos, and he knows what he's doing and talking about. Here's his review of the M9rr at Ascara, Spain. Both around the countryside and pushing on the track in wet and dry.
 

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