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The Diablo Rosso 3's are better for cold and wet weather riding which is why I have them on my M1200R.
It's 100-percent Silica up front and on the edge sections of the rear which is good in the cold as it warms-up much faster and stays at operating temperature longer. The stuff is better in the wet also and you have more groves on the Rosso 3's to clear the water if you get caught in a downpour.
 
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What are you considering winter weather? I have Dunlop Q3+ in the desert but I haven’t seen winter on them on my side of the globe. I doubt that 50s is considered winter though. 😊
 

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What are you considering winter weather? I have Dunlop Q3+ in the desert but I haven’t seen winter on them on my side of the globe. I doubt that 50s is considered winter though. 😊
What I'm considering winter weather is thirty to forty Fahrenheit.
However, motorcycle tires are not even designed for these low temperatures.
But if you're stupid enough to ride that cold ( yes I am), SuperCorsa or RC2 are not very safe then. You're better off with Rosso III or a Angel GT's.
 
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