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Post  M77XNE on 17/6/2008, 3:57 am

Does anyone know the correct tyre pressure I should have in my alloys???

I haven't checked them since I've had them on, whoops Neutral



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Post  Rich on 17/6/2008, 4:46 am

Personally, I'd run with 30psi all round...

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Post  Nick on 17/6/2008, 6:15 am

I run 30 psi all round, but I'm lazy and I like even numbers, I think it's meant to be 26 front and 28 rear



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Post  dressur on 17/6/2008, 6:22 am

Nick wrote:I run 30 psi all round, but I'm lazy and I like even numbers, I think it's meant to be 26 front and 28 rear

It is! I start the week on that and gradually work my way down to 24 front and 16/23 on the back!!

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Post  Guest on 17/6/2008, 6:26 am

Hon, it is 26 front, 28 rear, even with your lovely new black 16" wheels!

The advice to go slightly over is a good one, might sound silly but I go for 27/29. If I were to go out on the track then I would go 30/30 to reduce tyre squeal.

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Post  Lee121 on 17/6/2008, 6:43 am

26psi front, 36psi rear for 16" wheels with 195's on the front and 215's on the rear IIRC from the manual


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Post  Nick on 17/6/2008, 6:59 am

That's 'cause you've got a TF with that wierd suspension Suspect for us F'ers its a lot lower at the back



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Post  Guest on 17/6/2008, 7:05 am

Not sure about the 36 rear, but I tend to base my information on Rob Bell who's site has always told me 26/28 whatever the tyre/rim size.

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Post  M77XNE on 17/6/2008, 7:25 am

Thanks for the advice guys....Will go out tomorrow and perhaps check it out Smile

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Post  Dark Knight on 17/6/2008, 6:30 pm

i still work in Bar so no idea what mine at at in psi


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