I run... no wait, ran iRazr's on the front and rear. The rears hook up awesome and wear bad. the fronts seem to wear much better, but... FOR ME they do not turn with chit and push extremely bad in the corners. I tried them with low pressure, avg. pressure and a lot of pressure with no results. Maybe it's the way my front end is setup, but I absolutely hated those tires. I attributed the bad pushing due to the softer radial sidewall. They seemed to dive in the corners which led to the pushing. I've seen and know guys who've ran them with success, but not me.
I ran them and dealt with them hoping they'd wear and start grabbing or something. Finally, during one race, it was a very high speed, hardpack twisty course and I was bouncing off trees left and right, could not keep it on the course to the point it was making me nervous and reserved. The course went down a steep hill with an immediate 180 at the bottom straight back up the hill. I was going through the 180 and turned hard to go back uphill and the f'ers pushed right through the turn. I got caught in the ruts and the quad flipped. It took me like 4 or 5 minutes to get it unstuck (it was stuck on a big root) and I was exhausted, jammed my wrist and just plain pissed off. the day I got back from the race I had a pair of Kenda Klaw fronts on the way. F them iRazr fronts. :mad2: I'm soon replacing the rear iRazrs with Kenda Knarly GNCC's thanks to KillerQuad/Merrill Stone. Don't get me wrong, I love the rears, hookup is unreal, but they're wearing too fast for me and my wallet.
Now that I'm done flaming, what was the question?? :blush: Oh, they should wear pretty good.