Question about 2003 Benelli Tornado Tre 900 LE
I'm new to motorcycling and noticed on my nearly new tre 900 le that the rear tire is very warm to the touch especially compared to the front tire. This may be normal. A friend says that the rear MC tire will wear twice as much as the front tire. By the way
The Vulcan has never been hit and no unusual wear appears on the rear tire. The pressure is at the recommended level (28psi). Thanks. You're good to go nothing to worry about. MC tires utilize very soft compounds and rely on warm-up to perform their best. I just replaced my rear tire after 9200 miles and the front looks like it will go another 5,000. That's the same experience I had on my NightHawk as well.,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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