Do not use the Dunlop D212 (or any other track/race tire) on your street bike. I have a Z900 as my commuter bike and do about 12 track days a year on a GSX-R600. I have been through lots of tires on both the street and track. I actually ran the D212's on my track bike one summer. Track tires are designed for a type of riding that cannot be achieved on the street. The feel like complete sh*t on the street, and even at novice pace on the track. I found that I get more confidence in track-oriented front tires the harder I trail brake into a corner. They want to be ridden hard. If I don't trail brake, it feels like they have little grip. Also, as another poster already noted, track tires are designed to run at temps that you cannot maintain on the street.
If you want a sticky, grippy, aggressive street tire, go with the Dunlop Q3/Q3+, Metzeler M7RR, Pirelli Diablo, etc. As other posters have already said, there are threads on tire choice on this forum.