I've been sneaking over to your house and letting the air out. :balloon:36 frt / 40 rear
It likes 40psi.I used to check it and put it to 42 and a few days later(no matter the season)it would be back to 40 and then stay there till I pumped it back to 42 ,few days later repete now I just leave it at 40.
Wierd but it only drops pressure if I put it at 42.It has been this way with at least the last two rear tires.
WOW .. NINE PSI ?? you are not kidding ? what kind of gas millage are you getting ? or is it for a dragstrip exclusively ??"Does anyone here use nitrogen in their tires?"
we all use nitrogen in our tires. it's the majority of air.
9 psi rear, 30-38 front. hey! make yours a hardtail and keep it at 32psi...i ain't !
4400 miles on the oem michelin front. sure it's cupped, and sure it's such a hard compound that i sometimes push/skid my front end while trying to do my burnout...but a new one won't make me any quicker so it STAYS.
Bucky's one of them "straight-liners" so gas mileage isWOW .. NINE PSI ?? you are not kidding ? what kind of gas millage are you getting ? or is it for a dragstrip exclusively ??
Hello!! I don't need just the pressures! WHAT TIRES ARE YOU USING WITH THESE PRESSURES????
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I've stated this quite often -- the Pilot Roads love low pressures. Solo pressures rear 31 to 33, front 26 to 29.
Yeah I'm crazy, but this isn't evidence of it. They work brilliantly under all conditions, especially in the wet, and last a good long time. At placard pressures they are a disaster.
This applies to the Roads only!!!!!!!
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