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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-28-2015, 08:49 AM Thread Starter
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Heidenau K60 Scout DualSport Tire Test

Just got back from a tarmac test of the tires, and a quick dirt track area before I do a run up a tricky mountain. Quite impressed with them so far compared to the previous MT60s. At speeds in access of 90kph on dirt the tires just feel like they want to propel you forward compared to the MT60s. Different tire of course

A little noisy but good all the same.

Quick video for anyone interested in the tires.
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I put about 8K miles on my K60 with ZERO issues and great traction on all surfaces. Aired down a bit on the loose stuff and they rock! You will like it for sure. I'm running the Mitas E07 now.


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Where did yo get those upper crash bars? What year is the bike? I am assuming the bike in vid is yours?
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Where did yo get those upper crash bars? What year is the bike? I am assuming the bike in vid is yours?
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The are power moto
https://www.facebook.com/power.moto.50

My bike is 2013 but he does them for 2015 and before.

Think he posts internationally as a guy asked the same question in a video I did. He was from Italy.

Cost me 4500bht about 120 dollars I think.

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