Any rubbing issues with the newer Rosso Corsa II?I just put a set of Rosso Corsa II's on my thruxton R. Haven't gotten to push them much yet (cold and rainy) so I can't give much feedback, but will definitely have more info by spring.
FWIW, I went through two rears in 11K miles, and went ahead and changed the front even though it still had some tread left so that I would be on the same generation of rosso corsa on the front and rear. As a result I also have an extra brand new 1st generation rosso corso that I can make someone a good deal on (local preferred!).
Since the shop was slow this time of year, I got them to remove my old tires and give me the wheels to take home so I could do the 3M tape tubeless conversion and brought the wheels back to have the tires mounted. The best thing about the conversion so far is I was able to install speed triple right angle valve stems that make checking pressure and adding air much easier than my usual battle with the brake rotor. Also holding pressure well so far... Need to remember to add a patch set to my tool kit.