I understand both sides. Maybe what Jeffro could have done though is post the question in the "Fair Weather Tire" thread just so information on tires aren't spread out into different threads. But no biggy, it's not like the forum is so active that threads are getting pushed down.
Nate beat me to it posting Bridgestones website, if you look at Bridgestone's site there is a ton on info on RS-10 construction if you hit those small icons at the bottom:
They also use graphics/ a chart for showing what the tire is made for/where the tire does it's best work, anyone try the RS-10 R or R-10 Evo? Not available in 200 though:
If you are comparing tires/companies the tire manufacturers make it easy to narrow your search by giving you the categories that each tire was made for Bridgestone uses the tag "Racing/Street" for DOT circuit tires. On Michelins site "Racing"/DOT, it's their Power Cup Evo
In that same circuit/street category Pirelli uses the tag "Racing"/"Road" for their SuperCorsa SP
The Supercorsa SP's are OEM on Ducati Panigale, BMW S1000RR. On the new Honda Fireblade SP both the RS10 & the Supercorsa SP's will be fitted dependent on region, etc. That's an upgrade from the Dunlop Road Sports & Bridgestone S21's that are fitted on the standard Blade.
I've never tried Michelins Power Cup Evo but Jeffro as I mentioned in the other thread; if you want to go w/ Michelin & want to stay with a tire that is as close to the tire Kawi. selected/the RS-10 for it's track/street properties then that's the tire I would look into for your H2 & not the Power Pilot 2CT, which even according to Michelin it's not in their track/street tire category & imo isn't going to a good tire to install on the H2 if you want to be in the same category that the RS-10 & Supercorsa SP's are in.
I'm switching to the Pirelli's for the sole reason is that I think it could be a better tire than the RS-10 for the riding I do, how much mileage I get is secondary but we'll see, from what I understand the Supercorsa SP is just as soft & sticky as the RS-10.
The RS-10 is a great tire especially the rear, one thing that's annoying w/ the RS10's is how fast the front gets worn, I get a defined 1.5" wide high spot in the middle of the front tire. I know it's from the harder compound in the center but it doesn't wear anywhere close to how quick the sides of the front wear down or how quickly the middle of the rear wears on the street & that's even from straight'ish street/highway miles. Not sure but believe the Supercorsa SP's use harder compound in the center of the rears but not the front, if so that would also be a big benefit for my high mileage street/highway riding, w/ each of my RS10 sets (without trips to the track) my rear has worn flat in the middle & the front has worn out the sides.