Question about 2008 Yamaha YZF-R15
The tyre size is governed by the rim width and the space available in the wishbone. I would measure the space available for the tyres width right up inside the wishbone along with the tyre size that you have at present.
The tyre can be oversized but watch out for slipping on the rim of the wheel!
Consult a Yamaha Workshop for specialist tyre sizes and compounds. Pirelli make some super sticky tyres alowing for excellent high speed cornering!
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first is the tire straight? you can slide the right side back a hair by loosing off the bolt and pulling it back to make it not rubb but it might not track right so that why i asked if it is strate.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
You are governed by safety. The hub width will determine the maximum width and type of tyre as will the width of the rear suspension/wishbone.
Consult a qualified tyre fitter for accurate sizes. Don't forget your speedometer will no longer be accurate!
Posted on Dec 17, 2010
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