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Old 16th June 2006, 23:53   #1
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Question Tyre pressures for various performance tyres


As some of you might be aware, I've 195/55 R15 Hankook Ventus K102s on my Swift. The tyre pressures recommended by the dealer (Car Shringar) is 30 psi all-around.

I thot I could homogenize this very beneficial(yet overlooked) info into this thread

Q1. What are the tyre pressures you folks follow on similar profile tyres?

Q2. Do you moderate tyre pressures based on usage - for e.g. city vs highway driving (lets assume on tarmac only-no offroading).

Q3. Full passenger load vs single user etc.

Q4. Ideal duration for checking tyre pressures

Q5. Any other usage conditions

Pl pardon any ingenious stupidity from my part for this topic
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Old 17th June 2006, 10:08   #2
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Hi theMAG,

Thread moved to Tyre and Wheel section

Even though you are trying to homogenize the info.... there are several threads that deal with almost identical information....

You can start by doing a search for "pressure" in the titles of threads...

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