Metzeler ME888 for 16"-23" Wheels
Metzeler ME888 for 16"-23" Wheels
Metzeler ME888 for 16"-23" Wheels
Metzeler ME888 for 16"-23" Wheels
Metzeler ME888 for 16"-23" Wheels
Metzeler ME888 for 16"-23" Wheels

Features

– Ultra high mileage coupled with Metzeler performance and handling
– Specifically designed for custom touring bikes mileage
– Technology offering consistent performance throughout the tire’s life
– Outstanding high- and low-speed stability and smooth handling
– Tubeless (TL)
– Wide Whitewall sizes available
– S-rated for speeds up to 112 mph,H-rated for speeds up to 130 mph, V-rated for speeds up to 149 mph, (V)-rated for speeds of 149+ mph, W-rated for speeds up to 168 mph or (W)-rated for speeds of 168+ mph


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Metzeler ME888 Tire

Focused on mileage improvement, and overall wet and dry handling these new tires feature new profiles, structure, tread pattern and compounds. New Compound technology offers improvement in two important areas: material and process. The compounds offer better abrasion resistance, thus providing more mileage, but at the same time the choice of new resins improve the level of chemical grip on wet surfaces. Tread design not only gives increased mileage vs. ME 880, it also has better water drainage, resulting in more resistance to aquaplaning. Tire’s profile modifies the shape and dimensions of the footprint. The contact patch is 5% shorter and 15% wider vs. ME 880. This profile has been chosen to improve the wear of the compound under footprint. A shorter and wider profile helps by better distributing the force necessary to transfer the engine torque to the ground. The focus is on uncompromised mileage, but without sacrificing the key Metzeler philosophy of stability, handling and wet and dry traction.

 

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