Michelin Pilot Power 2CT Dual Compound Tires were developed using Michelin's newest technology and resulted in an innovative design for maximizing wet traction. Michelin Pilot Power 2CT Dual Compound Tires are constructed out of a special compound that enhances cornering power and road grip to give a sure footed feeling on the road. Although Michelin Pilot Power 2CT Dual Compound Tires are excellent in wet conditions, they are unbeatable on dry roads as well. Environmentally sound, patented Michelin Pilot Power 2CT Dual Compound Tires will make the next road trip on your bike feel like the best you've ever had.
Pilot® Power 2CT tires add two-compound technology to the already renowned Pilot® Power range. While 2CT technology originated in MotoGP racing, Pilot® Power 2CT tires are intended for the most demanding sportbike riders, who use their bikes both on the road and for track days. Its tread surface is divided into three separate areas, incorporating two different rubber compounds. This helps provide numerous benefits in terms of dry grip, lean angle, handling and progressive acceleration and braking on wet surfaces.
Track-day tire that's equally at home on the road
Real MotoGP technology from the tire company that introduced dual-compound tires in GP racing
20% softer rubber mix on the edges of the tread yields phenomenal cornering grip
Lean angles up to 51.2° measured on Michelin test track
Precise handling and feedback
An extension of the Pilot® Power line, not a replacement
Winner, 2009 Motorrad sport tire test
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Just went through my first rear tire on a cbr 600rr. Lasted 6500 miles of mixed riding. The front still has a good amount of tread on it. Handles very well and sticks to the ground great. Had the stock Dunlops before these and WOW!!! night and day difference. Getting the new tire mounted tomorrow morning.
Excellent tire. The didn't take long to scuff in and stayed planted through the whole process. I have these on an 07 SV1000S and they have about 2000 miles with very little signs of wear. They have a quicker turn in than the Bridgestones BT016 I have on my GSXR 1000 but give up a little high speed stability for it. They really gave my slow pig a quick feel. I don't think you could get a much better tire for around town riding or quick blitzes down canyons.
I was always a fan of the original Pilot Powers, but I'm just coming off a set of crappy Conti Road Attacks which I decided to try on my 99 Hayabusa. The Contis only gave me about 3K, and they were complete junk the entire time they were on my bike. Skittish, poor feedback. The bike never felt planted.
Moving back to the Michelins, I could not be happier with the 2CT. They are an instant confidence builder. I only have a couple hundred miles on them so far, so I can't speak about longevity just yet. But if I get 3,000 good miles out of them, I will be happy. It's nice to be back on Michelins.
I own a 2005 Benelli Tornado RS. I've got about 1,000 miles on these now and there's very little sign of wear. I rode an entire day in a freezing rainstorm and was pushing through deep puddles on the highway at about 80 mph with no trouble at all. I was more afraid than the tires were, they showed no sign of hydroplaning or loss of grip.
I've also done some deep cornering at high speeds in the mountains and have not lost traction once. I'm going to push the tires more this year and see how hard I can go on them.
I will never buy anything besides michelin. They're the best I've ever ridden on. Riding for 15 years.
Makes cornering a dream, I was getting on average 2.5k per set of pilot power - I switched to the 2CT and got almost 6K off of this set alone. Just ordered another set....
I put a set of these tires on my zx-14 and what a difference it made. These are by far the best set of tires I have used for high speed cornering through mnts.
one badass tire if your looking for something glue your bike to the road you need not look any more michelin is your answer michelin is the best tire around.
over 2000 miles on a 2007 S4RS with just showing very light wear, should get 6k or maybe more. Great feel, good turning tire with good feedback
so far, 1200 miles on the tires and such a totally different feel of the road and cornering on my 1400 Connie. I really enjoy these tires and they also work well on wet surfaces. I only got 6k off of my OEM set of Bridgstones and hope to get at least that or more.