TFL 555 Street Pro 2 Tire - MTE 5" Compatible

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"It's my favorite street tire I've ridden, hands down" -Nico Aleman

Based off the design of the 555 Enduro, but optimized for street, the 555 SP2 tire is the perfect little street ripper. It's quick, punchy, and nimble while somehow remaining stable at mid-high speed and holds an edge without getting wobbles like most 5.5" wide tires. If you rock a MTE and want the best street/trick tire, the 555 Street Pro 2 is the one for you! 

-A custom durometer creates a dampened ride which significantly reduces off-road chatter and road noise. The Street Pro 2 can be ridden a higher psi if you want to max out range and carvability without a significant hit to ride comfort like you get with a stock tire. Or lower that PSI down for a stable, cushy marshmallow feel. No longer will potholes be a game of Russian Roulette as the Street Pro 2 eats them significantly better than stock. 

-Progressive sidewall durometer and shoulder shaping create a healthy edge contact patch while digging deep into carves for solid edge hold and greatly reduced speed wobbles without sacrificing nimbleness.

Compound Choice:
Soft compound will feel smoother, forgiving, and more buttery underfoot. However, due to it being a soft compound it will not last as long and tends to wear out quicker. 

Mid compound will increase the longevity of the tire, extending the period of time between tire changes. However, it will not be as forgiving underfoot and will have a more noticeable "edge" when carving.


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Definitely smooth but…

The tire is definitely smooth for street riding, carves great but it causes the tail to wobble with a torque box 18s2p battery. I think it’s the heaviness from the rear that is causing the wobble. I have the SP2 on my stock gt hub on my gt and it feels amazing. No wobbles at all. I tested the ride with a psi from 16 to 8. It still feels the same. I rode a good 100 miles on it and I can’t get adapted to it. I’m switching back to the 655 enduro. The 555 sp2 will be sitting the closet in the meantime. I just don’t like it because of the wobbles.