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05-14-2019 10:53 AM
haupti
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Originally Posted by SAROY View Post
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
The factory recommended Tyre pressure is valid for every climate condition on this blue marble.
If it is getting cold then the pressure in the Tyre will drop, so You have to pump it up to 33psi.
If it gets warmer in Spring or Summer the pressure will rise and You have to release some Air to maintain 33psi.
And the pressure should be checked with the Tyres being cold, means the vehicle was not ridden for a while.
So what does this have to do with different Climates on mother earth?
05-14-2019 07:43 AM
UKBrutman
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Originally Posted by Edward View Post
Please use the search option for tire choices, there are many. Changing the this tread direction is not encouraged as it will add confusion for future searches and slow access to quick solutions.
Noted thanks.
05-14-2019 01:07 AM
SAROY
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Originally Posted by bogie View Post
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.
your pretty spot on bogie, agree with all you say.
05-13-2019 01:54 PM
john 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.
05-13-2019 01:53 PM
esq'z me Defensive one, aren't you???
05-13-2019 01:45 PM
SAROY
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Originally Posted by esq'z me View Post
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.
05-13-2019 10:40 AM
Edward
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Originally Posted by UKBrutman View Post
Moving the conversation on

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.
Please use the search option for tire choices, there are many. Changing the this tread direction is not encouraged as it will add confusion for future searches and slow access to quick solutions.
05-13-2019 08:50 AM
UKBrutman Moving the conversation on

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.
05-13-2019 06:49 AM
bogie 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.
05-13-2019 06:38 AM
esq'z me
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Originally Posted by SAROY View Post
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.

You are the troll returned, aren't you?
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