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me, sometimes i use lower pressure kung medyo mabuhangin ung pupuntahan ko... it'll add a little grip on your ride... maybe about 30psi on the rear. pero hindi masyado sa harapan, cuz, it will be harder to turn the wheel...
 

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Sa akin sa harap mga 28 minsan 27 psi kasi 175/60S tires ko kaya ramdam ko ang lubak pag naka 30 to 32 psi. Sa likod ko 30 psi lang.

Napansin ko pag naka 27 psi ako sa harap ok yung feel ng ride ko dito sa Manila lalo na pag dumaan ka sa napakataas at unprofessionally made humps. Feeling mo parang kang pin ball sa talbog.
 

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hi guys,

actually the pressure range for tires are indicated at the sidewall.

i run my tires at 32psi when i need to load heavy stuff (stuff which make my rubber stoppers ride on my diffs from take-off till landing).

on regular days with no load or just regular loads (my dogs, washing machine for repair, other non-suspension-wrecking stuff) i run my tires 0n 30psi. at 30psi, i make sure i load 3 bags of sifted sand (available at hardwares at only P40/bag) to make my ride softer. this also means i can go faster on smaller humps and minor bumps on the road without the headrest giving me a slap on the head!

also, i use nitrogen gas on my tires to keep the pressure constant. our 30psi can easily reach 35psi on really hot days and when you run fast (90-95kph at 5000rpm) for prolonged periods. this exerts unneeded pressure on our tires and it makes our rides stiffer. with nitrogen, you wont have this problem (available at servitek outlets).

hope this helps!
 

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Yup you can also conserve fuel by maintaining your tire's pressure
with a higher psi 30+ your tires will rotate easily thus less effort
for the engine.
 
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