Author 150/70 rear tire and ABS function  (Read 7608 times)

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  • Offline Lazer723   gb

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    Re: 150/70 rear tire and ABS function
    Reply #20 on: January 13, 2024, 11:02:34 pm
    January 13, 2024, 11:02:34 pm
    How did you test it? GPS speed?

    Most people say that the larger size makes the speedo more accurate
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    Re: 150/70 rear tire and ABS function
    Reply #21 on: January 14, 2024, 12:06:58 pm
    January 14, 2024, 12:06:58 pm
    That's right. There's no big difference to the speed you're driving.

    The tire size is only entered if the speedometer still shows the speed that is actually being driven and not less. With a tire height of 80 mm you can drive faster than the speedometer shows. The TÜV tests these on the test bench at different speeds.


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    Re: 150/70 rear tire and ABS function
    Reply #22 on: February 11, 2024, 09:04:22 pm
    February 11, 2024, 09:04:22 pm
    *Originally Posted by BooBooBooster [+]
    I installed the Mitas E07+ in size 150/70 17 on my 2022. The tire size was approved by the German TÜV. Due to the higher design (70 instead of 60 mm), the circumference is larger and has an influence on the speedometer display. The lead time is reduced. Example display 50 km/h in reality the speed is 45 km/h. Like the ABS, this was tested. Everything is OK. The size is entered in the vehicle documents. Soon after approx. 13000km change from Mitas to Heidenau K60 Ranger.

    Mitas E07 https://www.cb500x.com/index.php/topic,12941.0.html

    Hey BooBooBooster, you are giving me hope for my endeavor. I would like to ride the Dunlop Trailmax Mission on my CB500x. With those, the only available size is 150/70-17 as with the Mitas E07+ mentioned by you.

    I would really appreciate some additional information about the process with the German TÜV. Can you please elaborate on the steps and cost? Did you have to provide any information from the tire manufacturer?

    I would also be interested in the report done by the TÜV for the approval. If you don't want to share it here, I can also write you a PM. Would not mind to buy you a cup of coffee/beer for that at all.

     



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