Michelin Power Super Sport Dual-compound Rear Tire 180/55zr17 on 2040-parts.com
Wichita Falls, Texas, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:98867
Michelin Power Supersport Rear Tire
An all-new dual-compound track day tire from Michelin.
All-new compounds on front and rear enhance dry grip
Newest generation of Michelin rubber compounds
7.5% grooved tread ratio
2CT+ Technology on the rear for added stability and handling at full lean
2CT+ extends harder compound underneath the softer shoulder compound, for added cornering stability – especially when accelerating out of turns
Benchmark for longevity vs. competing tires
Rubber compounds developed in World Endurance Championship racing, where durability and grip are equally important
Adaptable pressure for maximizing track conditions
30 psi front and 27 psi rear for track use
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