26psi front 28psi rear
... feel like I am living on the edge whenever there are any crosswinds.
90/90 v19 rear, 100/90 v19 front - stock size.I like them a lot - I've just ordered some for the Kawa.
I think Will my have made a typo with that,
I've got 6k on my AM26s, plenty left.Scott
Wow! Kenda has a nice selection of tires:http://www.kenda.com.tw/eng/product/mc/standard_street.htmr80t, please let us know how these handle in the wet. I'm very happy with the wet weather performance of the AM26s.Scott
its looks great...unrelated to your c5 but i was considering puting a 3.5 on my front 06 iron vice the 3.25 that is the standard.....you don't think their any clearance issues bewteen the top of the tire and the fender ? I'm not sure that Kenda have the 3.5 in 19 inch..i know I could go with the Dunlops k70's for the same result....What bugs me is alot of manufactuers call some of the tires (front) and as u are aware the k70's are sold as a package (rear/ front) if u looking to replace both...Are the Kenda tire sold the same way and if not do u really care if the tire pattern is identical...I get confused as why wouldn't u want the same exact tire pattern anyway...The bike looks great and glad to c u happy with the change,,
Possibly, you might want to check around for a 3.50 that has a more modern tread so it would be a closer match. Avon makes the AM26 in 100/90-18 that is the same height as a 3.50 but it's wider so there could be clearence problems with it.
Sorry if I missed this, but does the larger diameter in front affect by much the accuracy of the speedometer? I would think it would be more accurate with the larger wheel. Truth?