Top 5 Reasons to Make the Sedona MX-208SR Tire Your Choice for Motocross or Enduro Riding
The new Sedona MX-208SR intermediate tire – Intermediate dual compound and steel belted radial motorcycle tire is designed to adsorb the toughest terrain and still maintaining control and durability. Uses lightweight steel belting construction which offers a stiff side wall construction, and this will allow you to run lower tire pressure. The dual compound technology – Center knobbies are a harder compound which delivers anti-wear characteristics. The center tire lugs are taller (21 mm) and designed with pocket siped to allow the knobby the flexibility. While the softer side knobbies offer superior side bite traction during cornering.
The Sedona MX-208SR utilizes an elliptical tread pattern for increasing the total footprint and contact area of the tire. The center lug design allows for superior high speed and straight-line stability. The stronger steel belted design allows you to run lower tire pressures for increased traction. Reduction in pinch flats due to stiffer sidewalls and is also recommended with the Nutech Tubliss Tire System (low pressure traction and eliminating pinch flats). When durability and traction is needed in extreme off-road conditions, call on the MX-208SR tire from Sedona
Top 5 reasons to use the Sedona MX-208SR Tire:
- The 208SR – Steel Belted Radial Construction - utilize the “Dead Blow Hammer” effect on sharp/hard square edge impacts. Increasing durability.
- Hi-tech rubber formulations with different durometer compounds - Dual Compound Tire Technology increases durability center knobby tire design and allows the softer side knobbies to grip better during cornering.
- Drive-Link Tread Pattern (Rear Tire) – 21 mm tall center knobbies transition to crosscut and linked side lugs which offers excellent cornering control.
- The elliptical tread pattern design allows for an increased overall tire footprint, increasing high speed performance and offers side bite traction.
- The 208SR tire is a true dual compound tire design – using Hi-Tech rubber formulations with different durometer compounds.
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