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post #1 of 18 Old 08-01-2018, 02:54 PM Thread Starter
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Cool MotoZ tractioner GPS

MotoZ TRACTIONATOR® GPS 50 / 50 Dual Sport Adventure Tire, Finally arrived to US from Australia.
Have you tried that?
I am going to order a pair for 2008 DL 1000 and will update about the experience.
Ride safe /Ride long
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post #2 of 18 Old 08-01-2018, 04:14 PM
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FortNine called the GPS his favourite tire in this category.
GPS description starts around the 3:22 mark.

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FortNine called the GPS his favourite tire in this category. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_2y9LSxbvQ GPS description starts around the 3:22 mark.

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Cool. I will update my experience ,it is a little pricy , not like my current BW, but compared to shinko, $120 more for pair.but they last longer.
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I have about 5k on mine did a write up on here. Still having a rear lock up issue almost rear ended a guy yesterday in the rain. His fault mostly not the tires.
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I have about 5k on mine did a write up on here. Still having a rear lock up issue almost rear ended a guy yesterday in the rain. His fault mostly not the tires.
WE are glad you are OK
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I have about 5k on mine did a write up on here. Still having a rear lock up issue almost rear ended a guy yesterday in the rain. His fault mostly not the tires.
You cannot have tires that last but grip well on the wet seal - or grip as well on any seal. That is the compromise that Mitas E-07's display as well.
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You cannot have tires that last but grip well on the wet seal - or grip as well on any seal. That is the compromise that Mitas E-07's display as well.
Agreed which I get but never had the rear issue with my 805 at least not to this extent anyway and for the money I rather just mount tires than deal with it. The dry road manners of this tire is the biggest draw for me, cause they have nothing on the 804/805 off road.

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post #8 of 18 Old 11-10-2018, 01:52 AM
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I've now done 11000 kms on my 2017 DL650 with Motoz GPS of which 2000 kms have been on dirt/gravel back roads/tracks and they are about half worn with no scolloping on the front. Good all round tyre on all surfaces including the wet.

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post #9 of 18 Old 11-10-2018, 02:03 AM
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I have over 30,000 km's of experience with these tires on a Super Tenere and a Triumph 1200 XCA, I love em, they air down to 25 PSI easily for sandy/muddy outback riding, last extremely well, and grip the black top 100% better than K60 scouts do.

As soon as I run my new V-Strom in, I will replace the road tires with GPS's as well.
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I am gonna have to give this tire a try next.

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