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Old 13-Nov-2005, 12:55 PM
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What is the correct tyre pressure

Can anyone tell me how I work out what is the correct tyre pressure for my Conti sport attack tyres ?

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Old 19-Nov-2005, 12:18 PM
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Should say max pressure on the side which will be to high lol, goto there website and see if they have listings. If they are usual 180/55-17 , 120/70-17 then I use 32 f and 36 r, on my S4r with michelin pilot powers awesome tyres.

I find its best to use the same gauge each time and stick with a constant pressure then u know how they will react in a given situation
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Old 19-Nov-2005, 01:00 PM
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Homework time:

Search for all posts by Shazaam! with 'Tyres' as the keyword.

He lets us know how to find the right pressure yourself (but probably not at this time of year!)

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Old 19-Nov-2005, 05:43 PM
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I've got this theory - which might be total tosh - that it depends what bike the tyres are on. I used to use 32F/34R with the Diablo's on my ST which lots of others were recomending but I found them a bit squirmy and soft. I'm now using 34F/36R and it feels much better, I put it down the the fact that the ST is around 20Kg heavier than a 916, 748, 999 etc, so the extra weight would deform the tyres a bit more hence the need for a touch more pressure.
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Old 19-Nov-2005, 08:40 PM
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Same size tyres and fitment as mine (Mich Pilot Sports)
31 F 37 R works just fine.

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Old 13-Feb-2006, 12:28 AM
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In summer I use 32 - 33 front with 36 - 37 rear.
Now I'm useing 28 - 30 front with 30 - 32 rear.
I find my road pressures suit my track riding as well although racier tyres sometimes seem to need lower pressures.
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