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Old 04-01-2011, 03:36 PM   #21
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So youre not supposed to run around with 28f/32r cold psi? it has to be 36f/42r? Oh ... oh well, im at 6000 miles on a set of michelin power pures, and they still have lots of meat and arent squared off
Groovy, well I've gotten emails from two different tech advisors with Bridgestone, and they both told me 36 psi front and 42 rear for my bike for everyday riding. They said for aggressive riding I could drop 3 in the front and 4 in the rear, but then to re-inflate for daily riding.

I put 9,000 on a BT-016 front and BT-023 rear, that included a full track day and some miscellaneous sessions. Both tires wore evenly to the wear indicators at the same mileage.
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