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Michelin Rear Pilot Road 3 170/60ZR-17 Blackwall Tire - 48132

  • Part #: 543972
  • Manufacturer Part #: 48132
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Overview of Michelin Rear Pilot Road 3 170/60ZR-17 Blackwall Tire - 48132

  • (W)-rated for speeds in excess of 168 mph
  • Dual-compound sport touring tubeless radial featuring revolutionary X Sipe technology which delivers all-weather performance without compromising tread life or handling
  • Both front and rear tires feature 2CT two compound technology
  • Soft rubber compound on tread shoulders and wear-resistant compound down the middle; front tire features a wider soft-compound than the Pilot Road 2
  • Made of environmentally sound 100% non-aromatic-oil rubber compounds


  • Safety Warning: Please consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website(s) for information on tire care, safety, installation, maintenance, manufacturers warranty and other information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment

    Dimensions:
    Inflated Width/Measuring Rim Width: 7.09 in./4.50 in.
    Inflated Diameter: 25.59 in.
    Acceptable Rim Width: 5.00 in.-5.50 in.
    Deepest Tread Depth: 7/32 in.
    Balance DOT: No
    Directional Arrow: Yes
    Speed Rating: W(V270)-Rated up to 168 MPH

    Capacities and Construction:
    Load Capacity/Inflation Pressure: 783 lbs./42 PSI
    Load Range: B
    Bias or Radial Ply: Radial
    Tread Plies/Material: 2 Polyamide/1 Aramid
    Sidewall Plies/Material: 2 Polyamide
    DOT Approved for Road Use: Yes
    Tube or Tubeless: Tubeless

Specs for Michelin Rear Pilot Road 3 170/60ZR-17 Blackwall Tire - 48132

Aspect Ratio 60
Diameter - Rim - Motorcycle & Dirt Bike 17 in.
Load Rating 72(783 LBS)
Position - Tire/Wheel Rear
Sidewall Blackwall
Speed Rating W(V270)(168 MPH)
Tire Classification Sport/Touring
Tire Construction Radial
Type - Tube Tubeless
Units Each
Weight 14.25 lbs
Width - Tire - Motorcycle & Dirt Bike 170

Specs for Michelin Rear Pilot Road 3 170/60ZR-17 Blackwall Tire - 48132

Aspect Ratio 60
Diameter - Rim - Motorcycle & Dirt Bike 17 in.
Load Rating 72(783 LBS)
Position - Tire/Wheel Rear
Sidewall Blackwall
Speed Rating W(V270)(168 MPH)
Tire Classification Sport/Touring
Tire Construction Radial
Type - Tube Tubeless
Units Each
Weight 14.25 lbs
Width - Tire - Motorcycle & Dirt Bike 170

Fitment for Michelin Rear Pilot Road 3 170/60ZR-17 Blackwall Tire - 48132

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Part 543972 fits the following machines

Honda
  • 2011 Honda ST1300
  • 2010 Honda ST1300
  • 2009 Honda ST1300
  • 2008 Honda ST1300
  • 2007 Honda ST1300
  • 2006 Honda ST1300
  • 2005 Honda ST1300
  • 2004 Honda ST1300
  • 2003 Honda ST1300
  • 2012 Honda ST1300A
  • 2010 Honda ST1300A
  • 2009 Honda ST1300A
  • 2008 Honda ST1300A
  • 2007 Honda ST1300A
  • 2006 Honda ST1300A
  • 2005 Honda ST1300A
  • 2004 Honda ST1300A
  • 2003 Honda ST1300A
5.0 / 5.0
5 Reviews
5 Stars
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Performance
5.0 / 5
Value
4.6 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Value
4 / 5
A new level of tire technology
The tire has been on my BMW ("Bring Money, Wilhelm!") RT-P daily rider since last week. Since then, my area has had rain and a little snow ("global warming," yeah, right . . !).

Compared to the PR3, my former tires might as well have been wagon wheels! The PR3 holds like it's on rails.

I advise buying PR3 tires for front and rear -- this wasn't an option in my case, and I can feel the difference in traction and ride quality between the front Dunlop and rear Michelin. My "Messerschmitt" weighs 705 lbs at the curb, and tire design really makes a difference in the ride.

I'm glad that DK had the tire in stock, and I didn't have to pick a second-choice tire. I would have given 3 stars for value, because no motorcycle tire is a "good value" when you compare price/mile with a car tire, but DK earned that extra star because they beat the price of another vendor AND got it to me quickly.

Tomorrow I'm starting a 2800-mile round-trip through rain, maybe a little more snow, and whatever heat Phoenix and Roswell offer. I'll know then what the tire life will be like, but I'm expecting good things.

Michelin has taken the first step into a new tire technology -- dual compound with superior grip, because the siping WORKS, folks! -- and until the others catch up, there is no way that I would buy anything else.
March 8, 2011
Performance
5 / 5
Value
5 / 5
best tire
best tire i ever bot 5,000 miles still looks new dunlop,metzler were bald way before 5,000 miles i have a honda st1300 weighs 700 lbs full tank great for heavy bikes.
April 6, 2013
Performance
5 / 5
Value
5 / 5
best tire
best tire i ever bot 5,000 miles still looks new dunlop,metzler were bald way before 5,000 miles i have a honda st1300 weighs 700 lbs full tank great for heavy bikes.
April 6, 2013
Performance
5 / 5
Value
4 / 5
A new level of tire technology
The tire has been on my BMW ("Bring Money, Wilhelm!") RT-P daily rider since last week. Since then, my area has had rain and a little snow ("global warming," yeah, right . . !).

Compared to the PR3, my former tires might as well have been wagon wheels! The PR3 holds like it's on rails.

I advise buying PR3 tires for front and rear -- this wasn't an option in my case, and I can feel the difference in traction and ride quality between the front Dunlop and rear Michelin. My "Messerschmitt" weighs 705 lbs at the curb, and tire design really makes a difference in the ride.

I'm glad that DK had the tire in stock, and I didn't have to pick a second-choice tire. I would have given 3 stars for value, because no motorcycle tire is a "good value" when you compare price/mile with a car tire, but DK earned that extra star because they beat the price of another vendor AND got it to me quickly.

Tomorrow I'm starting a 2800-mile round-trip through rain, maybe a little more snow, and whatever heat Phoenix and Roswell offer. I'll know then what the tire life will be like, but I'm expecting good things.

Michelin has taken the first step into a new tire technology -- dual compound with superior grip, because the siping WORKS, folks! -- and until the others catch up, there is no way that I would buy anything else.
March 8, 2011
Performance
5 / 5
Value
5 / 5
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March 19, 2013

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