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Everything you need to know about motorcycle tires.
by knee_dragger 06-29-2010, 06:50 PM

This link answered some of my questions that have never been answered.
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This link answered some of my questions that have never been answered.
Good find, I'm sure it will answer alot of questions for alot of people.
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What about tire pressure and size? This one does not depend. For almost all cases go with the manufacturer's recommendations. Believe it or not, those designers and engineers in Japan, Italy, and Germany know a lot more about motorcycle design than we think we do. Your best and safest bet for motorcycle performance and handling is to run the recommended pressure.
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i will stick to my race tires and track pressures seeing as how street tires with recommended pressures slide around to much and dont feel like they are in contact with the ground
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