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Here's a 2022 follow-up video by Kyle Bradshaw on that 50/50 tire comparison he'd done while employed at Chaparral Motorsports. Interesting that in this one he revises his rating of the rear Mission tire to 70/30 (approx. 45 seconds in).




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@jdub53 Thanks for posting this, I'd seen the one he did at Chapmoto, but hadn't seen this update.  IMHO, his assessment of the TMM and RallZ are spot on and since he's now working an hour from me, he rides the same terrain, which makes his evaluations just that more relevant.  I've been running MotoZ tires for 10 years and the RallZ on my T7 for 10,000 miles and I'm barely at half way on my second rear.  I've suggested he do a review focused on front tire choices, hopefully we'll see something on that and works well on the T7 for desert conditions. 

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