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I'm currently running 36 psig all around. The recommended 30 psig was just too soft a ride IMO. Thinking of going to 40 on the rears if needed this winter... or... may go back to 32 if it would help traction... so far no snow, so I don't know which way I'll go. Still have the original ContiSeals... now at 17.5k miles. Wear seems to be even and plenty of tread left.
 

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I'm running 32 psi.
Dash was developing rattles at 35 psi.
Everything ok at 32 psi. and if it drops a pound or two, i'm still at the recommended 30psi.
 

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Under Pressure

A forum member posted results a while back regarding various tire pressures and pulling lateral G's. (sorry, don't remember his name). Anyway 32 rear and 34 front was the best combination. I'm assuming you are asking what pressure to run to increase your chances of keeping the front of the car in front, and the back of the car in back :biggrin: (as in Laguna Seca, sorry Cecil, couldn't resist!)

So for street use that's what I go with!

At the dragstrip I ran 26 rear, and 50 front, again based on what some psycho forum member recommended!!!


Dan
 
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