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[ST] BT 020 vs. 57
- Subject: [ST] BT 020 vs. 57
- From: "Marc Van Est" <MarcVE@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 24 May 2005 09:25:53 +0200
Greetings from a wet & windy Cape Town.
Bike is in for a service today, hopefully they get the mapping right for my exhaust. First it popped too much on the overrun, now it feels flat once it gets to 7500 rpm. No point in the bike sounding great if it doesn't go great!
here's a (dumb?) question: What's the difference between the Bridgestone 020 and 057?
Mine was delivered with 057's.
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