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Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: Cape Town, South-Africa
The tyre choices are endless. Greatly depends on your riding style, weather, road surface - again, endless factors to consider.
Go read some comparative reviews and make a call from there.
The tyres you listed all all from vastly different classes and cannot be compared. Angels are touring tyres, Diablos are DOT racing tyres, and Avon's seem to be in the same class as the Angels.
I have an 03 and I started on Diablo's. They do not warm up as quickly and a winter morning catered for a lil slip and lowside. (rider error and cold tyre)
Excellent on track and road once they are up to temp, although most track guys prefer using warmers on them.
There are guys running them on the street but I would not - personal preference and just going by my experience with them.
I switched to Angel GT's and ran through 2 sets - good tyres, and avg performance (relatively speaking). I did 2 track days and they worked, but not as well as a Diablo would have. They do well for touring, which is their intended purpose. Also made for a decent enough commuter tyre.
Warm up quicker, wet performance is not too bad. But for my riding style, these did not work that well for me.
I am now on Dunlop Sportmax Roadsport and running my 2nd set. Perfect for aggressive canyon riding but they seem to overheat - again, due to my riding style and may not be the case for an avg rider.
Also have done 2 track days and they performed well, but I'm sure the Q3 would serve me much better.
No comment on Avon as I have never used them.
Hope this helps