Tire pressure

Discussion in 'Busa Mods' started by bigdogbites, Apr 11, 2007.

  1. bigdogbites

    bigdogbites Registered

    I'm running 42 psi in both front and rear on Pilot 2CT's
    I know that's  the recomended pressure for the stock tires . Would a couple of pounds less help handling?

    What are you guys running?
     
  2. CBXRider

    CBXRider Donating Member

    I currently run 36-38 psi on my PPs and they work very well.
     
  3. SpeedGeek

    SpeedGeek Never Forgotten

    I run 34 front and rear.

    The Michelin factory trailer at the track recommended 32-34 for aggressive or track riding.

    *shrug* I think alot of it will come down to the "feel" you want back from them and how hard you are riding.
     
  4. Sloto200

    Sloto200 Off we go, into the wild blue yonder... Donating Member

    air pressures in tires are opinions... and opinions are like bung holes... everyones got one right... that aside... i run 38 front and 41 or 42 rear... anything less than 40 in the rear tire for me and i feel like i'm sliding the back end around... not kosher to me...

    oh and i'm running dunlop qualifiers...

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  5. 05 Busa LE

    05 Busa LE Donating Member

    I run 42 front and rear ....
     
  6. Devil Dog

    Devil Dog Donating Member

    Tire Pressures:
    Trackdays 30-34psi depending on temp
    Canyons 34-36psi
    Commuting(reducing tire wear) 40-42psi
     
  7. VaBusa

    VaBusa oRg Gal Staff Member Administrator

    38 in both, just a daily rider...
     
  8. cougar694u

    cougar694u Registered

    Daily = 36/36
    Track = 31/29

    Dunlop Quals
     
  9. Hy_Rolr

    Hy_Rolr Donating Member

    I have stock tires and run recommended pressure...
     
  10. dadofthree

    dadofthree Seasoned Beef Donating Member

    36 front and rear on my PP 2CTs. See what they feel like at the Gap. Can be squishy around twisties here. Not a lot of good twisties here. The Gap will provide plenty of twisties and I'm hoping the tire pressures will come up some and eliminate that soft feeling.
     

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