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About 2000 miles ago I bought new tires for my 2006 1800 and based on comments from many of you I switched from the original Dunlop’s to Bridgestone’s. I love the new tires and the bike seems much more responsive, however; just recently I've noticed an obvious whine from the back tire when I get into the turns and lay the bike over a little thatI don't remember hearing previously. The tire seems to be wearing fine, I only have about 2500 miles on them, and I'm anal as heck about monitoring the pressure. Does this sound normal?
 

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It's the treads "dead-ends" popping.
Tho you get no popcorn out of it.



In a way it might be a good sound, when you don't hear it anymore, your bald :shock:.... no-no, the tire. :cheeky1:
 
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