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|1st March 2006, 16:26||#1|
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Baleno tyre pressure
I joined BHP sometime back but never got around to posting. I think this is a great group, though I get confused navigating around the threads, basically tring to get to the beginning of a particular thread.
Antway i was reading about the baleno tyre pressure. I keep 28 psi for city driving. Is that a little high ?
|1st March 2006, 16:34||#2|
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The tyre pressure varies according to the size of the wheels...
If your setup is stock then follow the suggested psi in the manual.....
check this thread also:
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/tyre-a...=tyre+pressure (Tyre pressure, have you checked yours lately?)
|1st March 2006, 17:38||#4|
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if you have bridgestones tube type (OEM for Lxi and Old Vxi)...you will find the ride hard...
Please change tyres to tubeless next time and you will find a reasonable difference...on 13 inch yu can go for 185/70 R 13 or you can try between 185/65 R 14 and 195/60 R 14. Goordyear Eagle NCT5 provide a very good ride.
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