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Derived from the D212 GP Pro - Dunlop’s Isle of Man TT race specification bloodline, the new GP Racer SLICK D212 delivers the ultimate race level grip for demanding track day riders, endurance and stock class racers.
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|Rear||17||190/55R17 TL SX GP RACER SLICK D212 M||TL||634643|
|Rear||17||190/55R17 TL SX GP RACER SLICK D212 E||TL||634644|
|Rear||17||200/55R17 TL SX GP RACER SLICK D212 M||TL||634645|
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All our radial street tyres are designed using a combination of Computer Aided Design (CAD) technology and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) as well as JointLess Belt (JLB) construction (either front or rear). JLB construction eliminates the belt overlaps resulting in smoother handling and a more stable contact patch with the road.
Years of success in global Superbike, Endurance and GP championships have resulted in the development of a pioneering multi-compound, which is transferred to many of our current Sportmax track and road products. By mixing compounds, the same tyre can display different performance properties at maximum leaning angles than when upright during straight line speed.
Dunlop’s ingenious NTEC pressure adjust system allows the rider to optimise the tyre by adjusting inflation pressure. For dry track days, deflating the tyre will deliver predictable and tenacious handling on the limit. Back on the road, re-inflating to the manufacturer’s recommended pressures will reward the rider with class-leading levels of grip and performance.
Heat Control Technology (HCT) combines a long-lasting outer compound with a heat generating and performance-enhancing base layer for maximum durability as well as increased outright grip.
Jointless Tread (JLT) strip-winding technology allows multiple compounds to be precisely positioned on the tyre to achieve advantages in durability, wear resistance, grip from the tread centre to shoulder and high-speed tyre stability.
Carcass Tension Control System (CTCS) controls casing stress distribution, optimising the tension in different areas, resulting in more consistent and controlled line holding, straight-line traction and better feedback.