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|06-18-2010, 09:18 AM||#41|
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generally you want your rear tire a little lower pressure than the front because you want plenty of traction while exiting corner and hard on the gas. Front tires are usually designed to flex and provide adequate contact patch w/o having to drop down the front pressure.
At least to my knowledge...anyone know? Im sure AJ knows what he is talking about if he ran those tires and John told him so. Both AJ and John are credible guys.
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|06-19-2010, 07:13 PM||#42|
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Experience: 10+ years
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2003 Honda CR125
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Big thanks to Mayday0017! It was great to pit with you and Huynh! Hope to do it again soon. Prays sent out to the riders that went down. Can't believe the deer problem TWS (Texas World Speedway) is having.
I ended up settling on 30/30 hot before I called it a day.