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Here is a list of available tires (in the U.S.) in sizes 110/70, (120 list is vast) 130/70, 140/70 and for those who dare...150/70. This is not an exhaustive list as there are tires that are made for the Ninja in other parts of the world. Feel free to add to this list if you know of any others.

110/70's

Avon AV55 Storm ST 110/70ZR-17 Radial

Avon Storm 2 Ultra 110/70ZR17 Radial

Michelin Pilot Power 110/70ZR-17

Michelin Pilot Road 2 110/70ZR-17

Metzeler ME Z4 110/70R-17

Metzeler Lasertec 110/70V-17

Continental Conti Road Attack 110/70ZR-17 Radial

Continental Conti Motion 110/70ZR-17 Radial

Continental Conti Go 110/70H-17

Continental Conti Force 110/70ZR-17 Radial

Continental Avenue 110/70 - 17 M/C 54H TL

Dunlop Qualifier 110/70ZR-17 Radial

Dunlop GT501 110/70H-17

Bridgestone Battlax BT-014 110/70ZR-17

Bridgestone Battlax BT-39 110/70-17

Bridgestone Battlax BT-090 110/70HR-17 Radial

Bridgestone Battlax BT-016 110/70ZR-17

Bridgestone Battlax 003 110/70ZR17 M/C (54W) TL Radial

Bridgestone Battlax 92 110/70R17 M/C 54H TL

Duro HF918 Sport Bias 110/70H17

Maxxis M6102 Promaxx 110/70-17 54H

Maxxis M6029 Supermaxx 110/70ZR17

IRC SP-10 110/70R17M/C 54HTL

Pirelli Sport Demon 110/70H-17

Shinko SR740F 110/70-17 H

Shinko 006 Podium 110/70-17 Radial


130/70's

Continental Avenue 130/70 - 17 M/C 62H TL

Continental ContiTwist 130/70 - 17 M/C 62H TL

Continental Conti Go 130/70H-17

Dunlop GT501 130/70H-17

Avon AV55 Storm ST 130/70VR-17 Radial

Avon AM26 Roadrider 130/70V-17

Metzeler Lasertec 130/70H-17

Pirelli Sport Demon 130/70H-17

Bridgestone BT-45 130/70H-17

Bridgestone Exedra G550 130/70H-17

Bridgestone Exedra G851 130/70ZR-17 Radial

Bridgestone Battlax BT-39 130/70-17

Bridgestone BT-45 130/70H-17

Bridgestone Exedra G550 130/70H-17

Michelin Pilot Activ 130/70H-17

IRC Road Winner RX-01 130/70H-17

Kenda K671 Cruiser 130/70H-17

Duro HF918 Sport Bias 130/70-17 T/L

Maxxis M6103 Promaxx 130/70-17 62H




140/60's


Shinko 006 Podium 140/60-17 Radial

Bridgestone Battlax 92 140/60R17 M/C 63H TL



140/70's

Duro HF918 Sport Bias 140/70H17

Duro HF918 140/70H-17

Dunlop D208SM 140/70HR-17

Dunlop K505 140/70H-17

Pirelli Sport Demon 140/70H-17

Michelin Pilot Activ 140/70H-17

Bridgestone Battlax BT-090 140/70R-17 Radial

Bridgestone Battlax BT45H 140/70H-17

Bridgestone Battlax 003 140/70ZR17 M/C (66W) TL Radial

Bridgestone Battlax 92 140/70R17 M/C 66H TL

Bridgestone Battlax BT-39 140/70-17

Avon AM26 Roadrider 140/70V-17

IRC Road Winner RX-01 140/70H-17

IRC SP-10 140/70R17M/C 66HTL

Kenda K671 Cruiser 140/70H-17




150/70's


Avon AV56 Storm ST 150/70ZR-17

Avon AM26 Roadrider 150/70V-17

Avon Storm 2 Ultra 150/70ZR17 Radial

Metzeler RoadTec Z6 150/70VR-17

Metzeler RoadTec Z6 150/70ZR-17

Metzeler Lasertec 150/70V-17

Michelin Pilot Road 2 150/70ZR-17

Michelin Pilot Road 150/70VR-17

Continental Conti Trail Attack 150/70VR-17

Continental Conti Road Attack 150/70ZR-17 Radial

Continental Conti Force 150/70ZR-17 Radial

Continental Conti Motion 150/70ZR-17 Radial

Dunlop Roadsmart 150/70ZR-17

Dunlop D607 150/70HR-17

Dunlop GT501 150/70VB-17

Bridgestone Battlax BT-021 150/70ZR-17

Bridgestone Battlax BT-021 150/70ZR-17

Bridgestone Battlax BT45V 150/70V-17

Michelin Pilot Activ 150/70V-17

Michelin Pilot Road 150/70ZR-17

Michelin Pilot Activ 150/70H-17

IRC Road Winner RX-01 150/70H-17

Cheng Shin C6000 Barracuda 150/70V-17

Cheng Shin C915 Barracuda 150/70H-17

Maxxis M6103 Promaxx 150/70-17 69H

Maxxis M6029 Supermaxx 150/70ZR17 69W

Kenda K671 Cruiser 150/70H-17

Shinko SR741R 150/70-17 H





Check the tire manufacturer for rim width recommendations.
 

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Yeah I saw that. Good job, however a couple of the links no longer work. So I did a little research for everyone.
Would you mind taking this list and linking it with yours? or cut and paste it?
Thanks in advance.
 

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Don't tell her that, she's unbearable sometimes!!! lol j/k D!!!!.....no D, no.........Put it down!.........Don't pinch, you know my skin bruises easily!.........OOowwwwww!!!!! now thats enough, that really hurt!!!! I said I was sorry!!!!!!! Spooph, can you come and take D back to Colorado PLEEEEEEESE!!!!!!!!



hehehe!!!!!! :p
 

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zandit said:
Don't tell her that, she's unbearable sometimes!!! lol j/k D!!!!.....no D, no.........Put it down!.........Don't pinch, you know my skin bruises easily!.........OOowwwwww!!!!! now thats enough, that really hurt!!!! I said I was sorry!!!!!!! Spooph, can you come and take D back to Colorado PLEEEEEEESE!!!!!!!!



hehehe!!!!!! :p
PURPLE NERPUL!!!!! (I have no idea how you spell it)


jk lol LMAO!
 

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130's? thats the stock tyre size, is that maybe a typo?
 

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AUDACIA said:
ah, sure you can say that ;)

i think 140 is the 500? how about that one then!
I'll let that one slide this time!!

I might be wrong, but doesn't the 500 have a smaller rim? 16"??
 

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no, was at the shop down town when i changed my rear tire they said that if the tire wasn't to wide it would go right on 'they had a 500r stock tire sitting next to mine"
 

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I use 120/70 at the front to reduce the speedo bias (bigger wheel diameter will make the speedo show less speed, to get near the correct number.
For the rear,150/60, BT92 Bridgestone. It looks sexier & the diameter is slightly smaller than the 130/70 BT45 (I don't know about the weight, but I think I can accelerate better using the 150/60)
 
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