Join Date: Feb 2016
Location: Central Kentucky
Always check them cold for street riding......36/42 is for a fully loaded bike with rider, passenger and luggage and is too high for just a rider and possibly a tank or tail bag. As mentioned by Tyrmeltr, Dunlop's numbers look like track day pressures and are too low for the street. I am 180 pounds before putting on gear and run 33/37 when checked cold. I get decent mileage and excellent performance from the Q3 Plus at those pressures.
Stick with the 190/55 rear. Bike will handle better than with the 190/50.
2013 Ninja 1000.....Osram Nightbreakers, Pazzo levers, Vesrah pads, Puig screen, R&G frame sliders / case covers / axle protector, Sargent seat, PC5 with Ivans fuel map and ECU reflash, Akrapovic full exhaust, forks and shock rebuilt by Traxxion Dynamics.
2019 Yamaha Tracer 900 GT