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To be honest, you will not get a right answer for this one. It depends on what you are using it for, and how much life you want out of it. The die hard Aprilia guys (like myself---I have an 04' RSV1000) will say that you have to have Pirelli. I run the corsa 3's right now. It has different tread compounds for the sides vs. the center, so that you can get more miles out of it. My buddy who has an 03' like yours runs the Pilot Power 2CTs and he likes them a lot. He runs his in a 180 size, he says it "feels" more nimble. I prefer the larger 190 rear tire on my corsas. If you are going to use it for trackdays, well The Diablos are great. Goodluck with your search.

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