Krylion is just the new model of the Carbons... much like the shift from "Axial Carbons" to the Carbons last year. I didn't notice much of a difference... they did add a grey version to the line up. I think Michelins tend to run a bit wider than their counter parts. I had a set of Carbons in 25 and they were much larger than set of Continential or Maxxis tires in 25... so they sometimes need to be deflated to clear the brake pads. Otherwise they are great tires, I got very few flats and the ones I did get were from large nails/tacks/glass.
Didn't notice much/any difference when I moved from the Carbon's to the Krylion. If you can find the old Carbon's they should be a great deal. They seem to be the most durable performance oriented tire I've found.
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