New rear tyre for my 2016 Panigale 1299S

Jul 2012
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201
So-Cal
i don't understand why there aren't more people trying the Bridgestone RS10. They are top of the line from Bridgestone and it's $98 for the Front and $152 for the Rear.
 
Mar 2015
311
102
ATX
i don't understand why there aren't more people trying the Bridgestone RS10. They are top of the line from Bridgestone and it's $98 for the Front and $152 for the Rear.
Love them but only last me 2 trackdays now i'm sticking with Q3+ which last 3+ trackdays :D
 
Nov 2018
128
58
NZ
Ive had lots of supercorsas V2 & 3 both 55 and 60 profile. Never mind the wear which is pretty ridiculous if you're on it, they feel very sure footed and suit the bike particularly the 60 profile v3's. Tried M7's- they melt when you push, tried Rosso Corsa 2's which are probably my favourites for general riding. The local bike shop suggested I try the RS's initially they felt good but for some reason not overly confidence inspiring and the other day I went for a ride on my favorite road which is mostly 3rd and 4th gear with a lot of turns and the back stepped out several times on a couple of 180-200k corners. Never had that with Pirellis, I stopped and checked them, pressure is ok about 33 worn to the edge but not over it. Balls of rubber all over the tire which seemed too many compared to the Pirellis. Maybe its just my setup /pressures/riding style but I wont be buying them again, back to supercorsas for me.
 
May 2019
32
14
USA
I also like the Rossa Corsa 2 for aggressive twisties. They are very similar to Supercorsa with added mileage center compound for the street. I tried the Power RS as well because they were great for my MV Agusta F3 800 but on the 1199S I think they are not supportive enough and get outside of the temperature range for the rubber.