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Great tire! They do wear fast, especially on hard pack.
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I like the 19's front over the 20's they turn faster.
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I have riden with 19" fronts and 20" fronts. On a nice smooth track, dry track the 19" fronts are alright. But for most track's I have ridden the 20" fronts work so much better, you don't feel the smaller bumps as much, and they turn alot better in mud.

And like everyone else said the MXR6's are great for a sofl loamy track. But the track around here ( Ohio, Indiana) are generally very hard packed and get blue groved very easily which will where the MXR6's out in one practice session.

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I think their wear is exaggerated. I really don't think they would wear out in 1 practice session on a blue grooved track. I raced on mine all season like 8 races and they didn't show much wear. I dunno what some of you do to eat tires like that?

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (NWI_#73 @ Feb 11 2009, 09:25 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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I think their wear is exaggerated. I really don&#39;t think they would wear out in 1 practice session on a blue grooved track. I raced on mine all season like 8 races and they didn&#39;t show much wear. I dunno what some of you do to eat tires like that? [/b]

Well the one time I had the rears, The first trip out I had about an 8 hour practice session on a track that was almost black top. Needless to say they where about 75% worn. But with the 20 min&#39;s in a moto I think they could last a whole season.


But I could do the same 8 hours on a set of Kenda&#39;s and they would still have about 5 more session on them. The kenda&#39;s are a tough tire, but don&#39;t hook up as well as the MXR6&#39;s. I did just order a set of razr mx rear&#39;s so we will see how they hold up.

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