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Motorcycle supersport tyre: the Michelin Pilot Power 2CT

The most striking feature of the Michelin Pilot Power 2CT is the use of the SCT (Synthetic Component) Technology. The synthetic elastomers allow MRSE (Michelin Racing Synthetic Elastomers) and HTSC (High Tech Synthetic Compound) a very short warm-up period. Therefore, we call this Pneu racing tyre for the road.

Michelin Pilot Power 2CT - a wolf in sheep's clothing

Pilot Power 2CT is one of the most sought after Michelin tyre for high-performance motorcycles . The pilot power requires only a small warm-up time and by the small grooves 12% he has no peer when grip on dry and wet roads. In tests of known magazines like MOTORCYCLE the Michelin Pilot Power received excellent reviews, especially in the wet performance and the cornering performance. The best scores got the tyre toward the important criterion for the athletically ambitious biker, driving on winding country roads. The MOTORCYCLE testers say "Whether brand new or semi-worn: The Michelin Pneu gives the driver a feeling of safety, handling characteristics and steering precision are at a very high level".

The special technical features

Pilot Power 2CT is the successor to the popular Pilot Power. The name 2CT here means 2 components technology that already talking about the Michelin Pilot Road 2 is used. Various types of rubber can be used on the edges and in the middle of the tyre. This gives this motorcycle tyre, especially when it is driven at the limit, a crucial extra grip. One can say that the Michelin Pilot Power 2CT is with his style of racing one of the best tyres for Superbikes.

An important criterion for the buyer of this sports motorcycle tyre is that the Michelin Pilot Power 2CT is a perfect all-rounder and thus cuts a fine figure not only under race-like conditions. For Kurvenräuber but 2CT technology enables unprecedented lean angles up to 51.2 °.

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