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Old 06-09-2009, 08:34 AM   #1
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My new bike came with the BT015s stock on there. Since they are new, I don't want to throw them out and would like to use them on the track. I know they are not 016s, but I would think that they would be good enough to get acquainted with the bike.

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Getting acqainted, sure. I wouldn't push too hard, but they will give plenty of warning as you approach the limit. I rather set pressures hot on the warmers at 30 front & 28 rear, with off track pressures no higher than 31 front & 29 rear. If you must set them cold, start with 28 front & 26 rear. Enjoy!

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