Metzeler Sportec M3 Radial Rear Tire

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Metzeler Sportec M3 Radial Rear Tire - Details

  • Revolutionary compound delivers high grip under heavy power delivery
  • Dry grip and reference overall performance both on road and on racetrack, thanks to the compound developments
  • Tread pattern design and differentiated compound between front and rear ensuring high wet safety feeling and extended mileage
  • Compound and advanced tread pattern inspire confidence under wet conditions and reduce hydroplaning
  • Tread pattern provides grooves where needed for drainage and compound only where grip is required most
  • Tire profile is balanced to enable the rider to get the best handling and provide excellent high speed stability
  • Progressive handling behavior guaranteed by the Metzeler patented 0 steel belt and the Multiradius technology development
  • Aggressive design accentuates the look while tread design promotes uniform look
  • Excellent mileage and high performance
  • This motorcycle tire is tubeless
  • These supersport motorcycle tires are W rated for speeds up to 168 mph

Note: Wheel sold separately.

Available in the following motorcycle tire sizes: 160/60ZR17, 180/55ZR17, 190/50ZR17, 190/55ZR-17, and 200/50ZR17.

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Metzeler Sportec M3 Radial Rear Tire - Question and Answers

what is difference between m3 ,m5 and m5 'd' spec tires? I ride FZ1 and have m5 on front and wonder if there is different profile of M3 compared to M5. I also intend to rie in all weather- cept snow! thanks
dec dorr
The M5 is the replacement for the M3. The "D-SPec" Has "Multi Zone Tension" Modular steel string winding tension: the performance of the compound depends on the stiffness of the structure. Performance exactly where needed for maximum adaptability to different riding styles.
Chaparral Motorsports
Oct 12, 2014
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