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Doubt it's a hp issue seen lots tyres from bikes with LOTS more horsepower than a H2 with normal track wear. I would guess it to be suspension set up issue, faulty valving or electronic failure within the system.
I ran GPAs for years and were a reliable tyre, but another possibility is carcass is faulty as been said already...
Tyre manufacturers are always in denial about their product (if defective or fails) for obvious reasons (assuming the tyre is defective) and have seen similar responses in the past in which they supply another tyre to keep you "happy". I wouldn't trust them one bit. Had my own problems with manufacturers tyres and other bike suppliers and are always reluctant to be truthful or take accountability.
If nothing is resolved by the tyre experts I would be inclined to put another one on the bike and turn off t/c to eliminate that possibility, then start looking elsewhere... just a thought
Be interesting to see what it is
Last edited by Jeffro; 01-05-2017 at 04:18 AM.