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ITP takes ATV motocross race tire technology to the next level with the release of the all-new QuadCross MX. The QuadCross MX represents a radical departure from ITP’s current line of high-performance knobby tires, hence the new name.
Tested and developed with the assistance of the factory Yamaha and Kawasaki race teams, the QuadCross MX is designed specifically for very hard-packed, blue-groove type motocross racetracks. The resulting product features a specially formulated soft rubber compound that finds traction on the slickest of surfaces, yet displays surprisingly long wear characteristics. A completely new dimpled knob design complements this high-tech rubber compound to provide excellent bite during acceleration and braking, in addition to delivering well-balanced cornering performance. The front QuadCross MX uses an all-new dual-ribbed dimpled knob pattern that steers precisely with a very light feel and reduced lateral roll.
ITP takes ATV motocross race tire technology to the next level with the release of the all-new QuadCross MX. The QuadCross MX represents a radical departure from ITP’s current line of high-performance knobby tires, hence the new name.Tested and developed with the assistance of the factory Yamaha and Kawasaki race teams, the QuadCross MX is designed specifically for very hard-packed, blue-groove type motocross racetracks. The resulting product features a specially formulated soft rubber compound that finds traction on the slickest of surfaces, yet displays surprisingly long wear characteristics. A completely new dimpled knob design complements this high-tech rubber compound to provide excellent bite during acceleration and braking, in addition to delivering well-balanced cornering performance. The front QuadCross MX uses an all-new dual-ribbed dimpled knob pattern that steers precisely with a very light feel and reduced lateral roll.
 

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-NFR- said:
God, I know I am quite interested in trying these out.

I wonder how much they are going to run cost wise.
Hmmm,

My cousin has one.

They are expensive to buy but the fuel prices is Ok.
 
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