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I have been using the recommended 33 front and rear on my MV with no problems. Good handling and tire wear.

The engineers who determined that spec have a reason for it. Why would you question the designers who have vastly more data then any of us?

I always follow the manufacturer tire pressure spec on all my bikes. You should too.

That said.... on the race track everything changes. I am talking public roads and normal riding.
agree, I run 33/33 and for daily use, no problems, I am not killing the bikes I ride, not thrashing them round a track at max revs
the above pressures work for me

also this is a World wide forum, climate is different in many locations and that also has effect on pressures

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agree, I run 33/33 and for daily use, no problems, I am not killing the bikes I ride, not thrashing them round a track at max revs
the above pressures work for me

also this is a World wide forum, climate is different in many locations and that also has effect on pressures
Tire pressure is tire pressure.... run the same pressure when it is freezing cold and blistering hot. It is all about maintaining tire carcass flex/profiles and operating tire pressure increases.

You don't see differing tire pressure recommendations for cars depending on climate....

Unless you are on a race track generating very high heat (in which case you should be running tires made for the track and possibly warmers), the manufacturers recommendations are the correct pressures to use.

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Tire pressure is tire pressure.... run the same pressure when it is freezing cold and blistering hot. It is all about maintaining tire carcass flex/profiles and operating tire pressure increases.

You don't see differing tire pressure recommendations for cars depending on climate....

Unless you are on a race track generating very high heat (in which case you should be running tires made for the track and possibly warmers), the manufacturers recommendations are the correct pressures to use.
you are aware pressure rises and lowers with temperature I hope, if not dont look for a job in oil & gas production

you never go outside on a freezing day and see your car tyre looking flatter than normal, come visit Scotland.
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The relationship between pressure and temperature is directly proportional. An increase in temperature leads to pressure increasing too due to the faster movement of gas particles inside a container

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you are aware pressure rises and lowers with temperature I hope, if not dont look for a job in oil & gas production

you never go outside on a freezing day and see your car tyre looking flatter than normal, come visit Scotland.
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The relationship between pressure and temperature is directly proportional. An increase in temperature leads to pressure increasing too due to the faster movement of gas particles inside a container
That's why you check your tire pressures on a frequent basis....car, bike, tractor.... But you still adjust to the recommended pressure.

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I think you are both saying the same thing in a different way, and something is getting lost in translation

I check tyre pressures when cold, all year round, and adjust to factory recommended 33/33psi

I check mine before every ride, part of my daily check routine, as I like to know I have tyres/fuel/water etc before I go for a ride. In cooler months I may put a few more pounds of air in, then when warm weather comes (about now in UK) Im letting a bit out to reduce to 33 before I go out for a ride.
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What about tyre choice? The bike will be used for weekend road rides and a maybe a couple of track days per year. Be good to hear about your experiences and recommendations.

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What about tyre choice? The bike will be used for weekend road rides and a maybe a couple of track days per year. Be good to hear about your experiences and recommendations.
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That's why you check your tire pressures on a frequent basis....car, bike, tractor.... But you still adjust to the recommended pressure.

You are the troll returned, aren't you?
no idea what you are talking about mate;
seems to me there are a lot cliques and people trying to bully on this forum, I was just putting you right with regards to pressures & temperatures
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exactly which post, which thread have I offended anyone?
seems to me if a group of moderators dislike someone they just want to ban for the sake of it, very interesting
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go look at the insults flying, they are not coming from me, it appears it is your own moderator who is shouting insults
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I joined the forum, I posted photo's of the bikes, a large amount of likes have appeared for those pics and yet you shout me down.
If I have stepped out of line, perhaps point out to myself and others which thread.

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Defensive one, aren't you???

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I run lower pressures in winter on my cars. I don't do much if any winter riding on my bikes but if I did I would also lower the bike tyre pressures, for the same reason I use winter tyres on my Merc car and return to the AMG low profiles in summertime.


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