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Just throwing this out there since I did a quick search to see which companies have matched pairs of tires that are the same sizes as OEM tires (110/80-18 front, 180/55-17 rear.)

So far, this is my list:

Bridgestone Battlax T30
Conti Road Attack 2 Hyper Sport
Dunlop Roadsmart II
Metzler Roadtec Z6
Michelin Pilot Road 3
Pirelli Angel GT

Those were matched pairs, which is how I usually outfit my bikes. Feel free to post single options for front and rear as well.
 

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If you want to get dirty, the Continental TKC 80 is an option.

already ordered to my dealer, anyhow, abt the TKC, I should have "problem" with burocracy.....

the speed code of OEM tyres' type is "H" (up to 210 km/h) but the speed code of the TKC is "Q" (up to 160 km/h) it means that if those tyres are not mentioned on bike's paper, I can't use them (except durinf Winter season, oct/apr, when reduced speed codes are allowed for Mud/Snow tyres only)
 

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already ordered to my dealer, anyhow, abt the TKC, I should have "problem" with burocracy.....

the speed code of OEM tyres' type is "H" (up to 210 km/h) but the speed code of the TKC is "Q" (up to 160 km/h) it means that if those tyres are not mentioned on bike's paper, I can't use them (except durinf Winter season, oct/apr, when reduced speed codes are allowed for Mud/Snow tyres only)
Yeah, that sucks. However, that's not a problem in the USA, or at least not where I live. :D
 

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I agree, and from the reviews I've read when fitted to other bikes, the Angel GT's should also work well on the Scrambler. I don't need the stock tyres, as I'm never likely to take my Icon off road.
 

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Michelin Pilot Road 3's are brilliant, I've had them on my GS's for the last couple of years and they're grippy as. With the Scrambler weighing a lot less and having less power they should really last well too.


Jerry
 

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Hi guys and gals..!
I've checked our product range.
Following tires are in our catalogue:

Pirelli Angel GT
Metzeler Roadtec Z6
Metzeler Roadtec Interact Z8 (multiple versions on rear)
 

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just to let you all know..
i asked our technical bureau if there are approvals for the Pirelli Scorpion.
I will keep you updated...
 

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a vehicle that has a tire with an angle proportion of 80 is known as a 80-arrangement. Assuming you have an early-made vehicle with a numeric size tire, you will need a tire that is the present 75-or 80-arrangement size tire.

Tires are a piece of the wheel arrangement. For example, your vehicle has a set size of edges, however you can purchase various sizes of tires to fit those edges, as long as the center of the tires is the right size. That being said, a vehicle with greater edges can regularly fit bigger tires than different vehicles.
https://focusoilfilter.com/best-tires-for-honda-accord
 
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