Pirelli unveils new Diablo Rosso IV tire

Pirelli has prepared a new flax of his family of tires for sports motorcycle fans. It is a new generation of Pirelli Diablo Rosso IV tires.

As its name suggests, it is the successor to the prestigious Diablo Rosso III, especially praised for its equally good performance in all weather conditions and long life.

The performance of the Rosso III is slightly weaker compared to that of the Diablo Rosso Corsa II, a street model that has also performed well on the race track. On the other hand, its performance will overshadow the Diablo Supercorsa SP model.

But where is the new Pirelli Diablo Rosso IV?

Expect better performance from the Rosso III, but also from Diablo Rosso Corsa II tires at least in certain conditions, including on the track. It is this information that will attract the attention of many.

Pirelli cites many improvements to the Rosso IV compared to the Rosso III, with almost the same mileage.

Due to the difference in material, Diablo Rosso IV is a silicon dioxide tire, with two rubbish sizes 160 and 180, and three rubbish sizes 190 and larger. Tree smea is similar in composition to racing SC3.

The carcass is different on the Diablo Rosso IV, and the most obvious consequence of the changed approach in construction is the hot design.

In general, the construction is significantly shorter than what Diablo Rosso III offers. This should allow the Rosso IV to easily cope with the high specifications brought by modern sports motorcycles and to provide the rider with more precise feedback.

The front size is popular 120/70, while the rear tire sizes 160/60, 180/55, 190/50, 190/55, 200/55 and 200/60 are available.


Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.

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