Dunlop expands its Sportmax Q3+ tire range to fit smaller displacement motorcycles. 

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Dunlop Expands Sportmax Q3+ Line

Big News for Small and Middleweight Machines

 Buffalo, NY: Dunlop is expanding the Sportmax Q3+® line of hypersport tires with a 120/60ZR17, and a 160/60ZR17 for some 600’s and 650’s and a 110/70ZR17 and 150/60ZR17 to fit small displacement sport bikes such as the BMW G310R, KTM RC 390 and 390 Duke. These new sizes include the same technology found throughout the Q3+ line. The 120/60ZR17 and 160/60ZR17 are available now and the 110/70ZR17 and 150/60ZR17 will be available in January, 2018.

Dunlop’s Q series of performance tires have been favorites among hard-core sport and track-day riders for more than a decade. The Q3+ takes the legendary line a step further with performance and longevity no other hypersport tire can match, and now delivers that performance to owners of smaller displacement machines.

Fast Facts

+ The Sportmax Q3+ is the only hypersport tire made in the U.S.A., and was designed at Dunlop’s Buffalo, NY headquarters, and manufactured in the Buffalo plant on the same high-tech production equipment as Dunlop’s racing tires.

+ Dunlop’s Carbon Fiber Technology (CFT) employed in the Q3+ uses carbon fiber reinforcement in the tire sidewalls for exceptional cornering performance and feel.

+ Aggressive Q3+ tread pattern uses minimal tread grooves that are long in length to enhance wet-weather performance.

+ Intuitive Response Profile™ (IRP) technology in the Q3+ rear tire allows greater latitude in line choice while cornering, plus amazingly linear steering.

+ MT Multi-Tread™ technology in the Q3+ rear tire uses a silica-infused, long-wearing compound in the center of the tread for longer tread life, and special lateral grip compounds on the left and right shoulders for outstanding grip.

About Dunlop Motorcycle Tires

Dunlop is the largest supplier of original equipment and replacement motorcycle tires in the U.S.A. and the only manufacturer of motorcycle tires in North America. For more information, visit www.dunlopmotorcycletires.com.