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Old 07-02-2015, 08:50 PM   #21
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Real quick what's the pressure to run for tommorow on stone s20's , I always ask toe but Don't want to bother him right now
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Old 07-02-2015, 08:53 PM   #23
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Real quick what's the pressure to run for tommorow on stone s20's , I always ask toe but Don't want to bother him right now
I just set mine, as I always do, 36 psi front, 40 psi rear. (Honda recommends 42 rear on both my bikes).

It's going to be hot so grip will not be a problem.

I've got an S20 front and T30 rear.
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You can set your rear for 36 if it makes you feel better, but it's just going to run hot and wear out faster
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I just checked and my front was at 32 and rear at 31
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I just checked and my front was at 32 and rear at 31
That's too low for the street. You're just wearing out tires and the front will get cupped with less than 36 psi cold.
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That's too low for the street. You're just wearing out tires and the front will get cupped with less than 36 psi cold.
I need a digital gauge for precise reading , I used the ol skool type that you just press on real fast , I know it can't be that low cuz last time I aired them up it was to 40 psi and it's been a few weeks since then , but I've also not been riding it due to weather and work
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I need a digital gauge for precise reading , I used the ol skool type that you just press on real fast , I know it can't be that low cuz last time I aired them up it was to 40 psi and it's been a few weeks since then , but I've also not been riding it due to weather and work
I use both a pencil gauge and a dial gauge. Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited recommends a good pencil gauge and never a digital. He says they've tried all types of digital gauges and they can't be trusted.

Push the pencil gauge all the way down quickly to make a tight seal and hold it. If it's not a cheap one it should be accurate. I check my bikes once a week and I usually lose 1 pound in the front per week.
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I'm trying that right now
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Old 07-02-2015, 09:21 PM   #30
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Note to self, when I buy my new tires I'm investing in 90* valve stems

Got em set to 36 front and 42 rear according to my pencil gauge . I should be seeing you in the am beevs
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Got em set to 36 front and 42 rear according to my pencil gauge . I should be seeing you in the am beevs
That seems like a lot of tire pressure to me. I run my fronts at 32-33psi cold and 30-31 on rear. You can account for a 10% rise in pressure as tires get hot. But I am by no means the authority on tire pressure. Just my 2 cents

So hot tires would roughly be at 36 front and 34 rear. I am also not running the same tire you are running (bridgestone bt-016 hypersport dual compound, not the oe tires). But those numbers seem high to me.

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street 36/36 for a spirited pace would be fine. id go higher if 2 up or commuting
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I set them at 36 and 36 and it was just fine for the ride .it was fun , hot and ate good food . Just got back home and I'm about to take a cold shower and apply some ointment since the last bathroom I used had sandpaper in place of soft comfy toilet paper . I'm walking like I was riding horses all day instead of my bike
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