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For each vehicle type there are specially designed tires. This has the advantage that the tires are matched to 100 percent to the respective idiosyncrasies of the vehicle. Add to this that the tire must also be matched to the different weather conditions. Therefore, there is the so-called Winter M + S tires that have a higher grip than a summer tire. The tires of the series Dunlop 207 Runscoot combine all the necessary steps in a product.
In the Dunlop Series 207 Runscoot is a tire which has been developed especially for medium-sized scooter. Among midsize scooters is meant vehicles with an engine capacity between 100 cubic centimeters and 250 cubic centimeters. All Dunlop 207 Runscoot tires are constructed in the construction "Diagonal". This construction has the advantage that less sludge and moisture adheres to the tire relative to the radial design. For safety, also contributes the soft tire compound, which ensures excellent adhesion in wet and dry weather conditions, the tires than summer tires are designed.
Since the tires of the series are designed Dunlop 207 Runscoot for a sporty driving style, of course, the resistance is particularly important. A novel tire building achieved Dunlop, the tires have a high stability and a great driving comfort. On the suitability for a sporty driving style is also indicated by the speed limit, which is depending on the section between 150 and 180 kilometers per hour. Depending on the tire section, lifting capacity is between 195 kg and 315 kg per axle. This leaves sufficient reserves to carry higher loads.
The tires of the series Dunlop 207 Runscoot are the ideal summer tire for mid-sized scooter . They combine a high stability and superior adhesion on wet and dry roads. The diagonal design hardly mud on the tires will stick and wet for optimum discharge. This speeds up to 180 kilometers per hour can be achieved.More...
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