I did, it was a bit of a pain to get to the Allen screws that hold the headlight and instrument panel on. I also needed a swivel socket to get the nuts that hold the signals on in place. I wouldn't say it was terribly difficult.
I have a PR 3 on the front of my BMW and will be getting the back replaced soon. Just having the front has made a world of difference. Nothing worse than bad tires. The back Dunlop is too new to replace and mixing doesn't seem to be a problem but then it is a touring BMW not a Monster. I will probably put the PR 4's on my Monster when it's time.
Getting great mileage out of tires trumps racing performance for me anyway.
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