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Mileage, mileage and more mileage: Dunlop’s all-new Elite 4 with MT Multi-Tread rear tires provide significantly more mileage than single-compound tires.
All Elite 4 rear tires utilize Dunlop’s MT Multi-Tread technology with a long-wearing compound in the center of the tire and a lateral-grip compound on each shoulder, providing increased mileage without sacrificing handling.
New tread pattern helps provide class-leading wet-pavement performance, even wear over the life of the tire, and less road noise.
Available in radial and bias-ply construction, the Elite 4 fits hundreds of touring, cruiser and standard bikes, including current and non-current machines.
High-mileage, even-wear characteristics, and great grip- the all-new Elite 4.
COMBO includes (sold as pair):
I honestly don't know why other reviewers give these tires 3-4 stars. To me they are an upgrade from my Elite 3s and I love the handling and road hugging that I get from them. I have yet to ride them in the rain but that day will come no doubt. Great tires!
See my earlier review "Hang Onto Your Bars" for background.
I now have the E4 on both front and back. There is still the tracking issue when you get on grooved cement. However, once I have adjusted to the eerie feel it is not quite as disconcerting. Only 4 stars because of this issue.
The upgrade from 3 stars is because the wear on these tires seems to be even better than the E3. I believe I will be getting much longer mileage out of these tires.
Have about 5000 miles on the E4's. So far the only issue I've noticed is wet weather grip on the rear. When riding on Texas state hwy. near Kilgore rear slid a little in long fast sweeping section of road. It was at night had been raining for a while. Not sure if it was oily spot or a gust of wind that hit me at the same time, but whatever it was enough that I'm more cautious in the rain with them. Never had this issue with the E3's these replaced. Judging by tread depth will likely see somewhere between 15 and 20000 miles on them. The E3's got about 15000 when replaced and I ran the Bridgestones about 7500 miles when replaced.
I just replaced my Elite 3 tires at 23,563 miles. This outstanding mileage was achieved by running 42-43 PSI in both tires and having Centramatics. The tires ran very smoothly and never cupped. I hope that the Elite 4's will give me similar results. My previous 2 sets of (other brand) tires were good tires overall but had to be replaced at 15-16K(even with the Centramatics).The extra cost of the Elites is more than made up by the extra mileage.
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