tires for EVT 4000

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Jerome
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tires for EVT 4000

Hello,

I would like to improve handling of the scooter. Standard tires are 3"x10 and I would like to fit larger tires now. I know that the rear one should be something like 90x90 10 or 100x80 10 maximum and larger ones won't fit without scooter mods. I don't know what size to choose for the front wheel. I know that a very large front wheel will improve handling and braking a lot so I'm ready to fit something as huge as a Michelin Bopper. Does anyone know what is the largest tire I can fit on the front EVT wheel please ?

Thanks for help !

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Re: tires for EVT 4000

Look at these tires: http://visforvoltage.org/forum/4819-upgrading-evt-168-motorcycle#comment-28531
Works beautifully both front and rear, and gives you much better handling.

Johnny

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Re: tires for EVT 4000

Hello,

how well do they behave on wet road ? Can you compare them to other known brands like Michelin S1 for instance ?

Jerome

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Hello,

how well do they behave on wet road ? Can you compare them to other known brands like Michelin S1 for instance ?

Jerome

Works fine in the wet, sorry haven´t tried any other tires for comparison, but a well known brand shouldn´t give you any problems.

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Are they ME7 Teen ? Do you think that the larger 110/80 10 could fit at front ?

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Re: tires for EVT 4000

Sorry don´t understand "ME7 Teen"....I shouldn´t go for wider than these, but you can always measure the front fork, 11cm (4.33 inches) width, maybe they will fit.

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