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        MICHELIN Pilot Power 2CT

        The affordable dual-compound Sport tire

        MICHELIN Pilot Power 2CT


        Established performer
        - Renowned sport radial tire for demanding sportbike riders

        Power through the curves
        - 2CT means enhanced lean angle and grip when you need it most, wet or dry

        Excellent handling and feedback
        - Aggressive profile delivers remarkably agile response for quick transitions into full lean



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          MICHELIN Pilot Power

          MICHELIN Pilot Power

          MICHELIN Pilot Power 3

          MICHELIN Pilot Power 3

          MICHELIN Power SuperSport

          MICHELIN Power SuperSport



        Width Height Type Diameter M/C (Load / Speed Index) Inner Tube Letter
        60 ZR 17 M/C ( 55 W ) TL
        65 ZR 17 M/C ( 56 W ) TL
        70 ZR 17 M/C ( 58 W ) TL U


        Width Height Type Diameter M/C (Load / Speed Index) Inner Tube Letter
        60 ZR 17 M/C ( 66 W ) TL
        60 ZR 17 M/C ( 69 W ) TL
        55 ZR 17 M/C ( 73 W ) TL U
        50 ZR 17 M/C ( 73 W ) TL
        55 ZR 17 M/C ( 75 W ) TL



          Performances MICHELIN One


          • MICHELIN 2CT Two Compound Technology

            MICHELIN 2CT dual-compound technology successfully accomplishes two conflicting ideals: wear resistance in the centre of the tread, and grip on the shoulders.

            The rubber compound in the center is harder to withstand aggressive acceleration and braking.
            The rubber compound in the shoulder is softer to maximise grip on the lean angle.
            Here is an example of the distribution of soft rubber and hard rubber on a set of Michelin Power Pure:

            Schéma technology MICHELIN 2CT
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          Michelin recommends its motorcycle and scooter tires for the models shown in the fitment guide. While every attempt has been made to make this list comprehensive, some makes and models have been omitted.  In most cases this is because Michelin does not offer any appropriate tires for a particular motorcycle, or the manufacturer does not offer the motorcycle for sale in North America. If MICHELIN® tires are available in replacement sizes for a motorcycle that is not listed in the fitment guide consult a Michelin Motorcycle Tire Dealer to confirm compatibility with your specific application.

          NOTE: By using the tire fitment guide, you acknowledge and accept that Michelin North America, Inc. (“Michelin”) is not responsible for any error or omission, nor for any damage or injury resulting from the choice of a recommended tire.  You also acknowledge that it is your responsibility to ensure that the recommended tires are compatible with the technical characteristics of the motorcycle on which they are mounted, including the motorcycle manufacturer’s recommendations.  Moreover, you fully release Michelin North America, Inc. from any liability whatsoever in relation to, or as a consequence of, possible damages resulting from the fitting of tires not recommended in this guide.  Michelin recommends the tire pressure specified by the motorcycle manufacturer, except where otherwise stated.

          IMPORTANT:  When tires with speed ratings lower than those supplied to the customer as original equipment are fitted, the speed capability of the vehicle is limited to the maximum speed rating of the replacement tires.