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  • Offline JerryZ   th

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    tyre pressures
    on: Dec 03, 2022, 02.48 am
    Dec 03, 2022, 02.48 am
    had the bike a week now just cleared 1st service ,, noticed  for me that best tyre pressures are 34 front 40 rear ,,although in my Ducatis I usually run 30 front 36 rear  the kawasaki seems better on higher pressures  ,,

    just my observations ,,, ill probably fit Pirrelli diablo rosso Corsa when standard dunlops are finished ,, as in Thailand pirelli are easily available ,some people like angels ST  ??, other makes have to be ordered and can be hard to source   most of my riding is sport touring   have Michelein pilot roads on my Ducati S4  here  they are good too.might use them if I can finds some ..  tyres are silly money here 50% more than UK  due to greed  ,, There is NO dicounts available  on anything ,, You cant get 1 baht off a new bike or car or tyres  the dealer would rather lose the sale than  give u a deal,, totally insane


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    Re: tyre pressures
    Reply #1 on: Dec 03, 2022, 10.40 am
    Dec 03, 2022, 10.40 am
    I like 36 / 42 as a base line.

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    Re: tyre pressures
    Reply #2 on: Dec 05, 2022, 02.41 am
    Dec 05, 2022, 02.41 am
    i run 36/38 on my metzeler roadtec01

    sometimes 34/36.

    u gotta test ur self and see which suits u.

     



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