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I haven't ridden them, but I've not heard anything glaringly negative about the Shinko 804/805.
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So, you've got an off-the-rack, no "mods" needed tire, but you want a choice??
Yeah, run a 130 rear up front like guys used to do back in the bad old days.
I haven't run them on the V, but always found the TKC 80 to be excellent on other bikes.
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Heidenau k60 rear and a Pirelli MT60R front Have worked great for me. You do not need to raise the front fender with the Pirelli. They still handle well on wet Asphalt.
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