I get bad wear out of the Dunlop 7455 slicks but it could be a setup issue i am struggling with. However, i love the grip and the hard carcass.
Having a hard carcass takes some getting used to but it provides so much feedback that now when i ride a friends bike which has Pirellis i can't wait to finish the session. Pirellis are like riding around the race track on a couch, they're so soft and absorb so much feedback that i don't know whats going on in that tire underneath me. I find there's no feel to them.
I've crashed Pirelli's from losing the front or rear just pushing too hard because even though they have outstanding grip, when they lose grip its already too late and you're on your ass.
Whereas the Dunlops give you so much feedback that you practically get a letter in the mail warning you that you're asking too much from the tire, before it goes into an unsaveable slide. If you ignore that letter in the mail you will crash but usually you can ease off or correct and come out of the corner with just a puckered butt hole.
Dunlops all the way, i just wish i could get my setup right and get better wear.
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