"Now we've got one [area of chatter] under control so hopefully it'll be easier to understand and fix the front. When you've got both [front and rear chatter] happening at the same time it can be complicated."
Stoner, who won last year's wet Silverstone race stated that there is nothing better about the new tyre from his perspective.
Even Pedrosa, known for choosing his words carefully, had been publicly critical of the tyre change, calling it 'unsafe and unfair to Honda'.
“I haven't spoken to Dani about it, but we knew from when we first tested those tyres that it just wasn't going to work with our bike," said Stoner. "Things weren't good. We told Bridgestone, everybody from the beginning. But they didn't seem to care.
“A few other people like it and obviously the CRTs seem to enjoy it more, for exactly the reasons that we don't enjoy it. It is softer in the casing. It squishes a lot more, there's a lot more movement in the middle of the corner and on the brakes. We just don't find anything good about it.
“I did expect the comments from Dani. Even if he didn't complain about it in the past it was just a matter of time. The more time you spend on the tyre. I don't think I'll be the only one complaining as the season goes on. We'll just have to try to work around it if we can.”