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Hello group. Below is a tires psi question that i hope to obtain a lot of of great feedback from. Ns ride a V Star 650, just purchased about 3 weeks ago. I simply checked the push yesterday and it to be 25psi front, 25 rear. Mine max pack psi it much higher, yet am hardly ever before at max load. Even while riding 2UP, I"m still no close come max. Question: What space you to run for PSI? in ~ 25psi, my turns space kinda squishy. But riding straight, not terrible. I"m thinking another 10psi wouldn"t hurt a thing.Thoughts?
I say review the manual I have a 650 classic and also have 33-36 psiThe hand-operated says for standard I under 198lbs 33 psi front and also back. Over 198 33 prior 36 backCustom 29 prior 33 back under198lbs. Overt198 29 former and36 backSent from mine LG-MS770 using Motorcycle.com complimentary App
I say review the hands-on I have a 650 classic and have 33-36 psiThe hand-operated says for classic I under 198lbs 33 psi front and back. Over 198 33 front 36 backCustom 29 former 33 ago under198lbs. Overt198 29 prior and36 backSent from mine LG-MS770 using Motorcycle.com totally free App
I was just looking at that. 29-36 seems to be the best option. I have actually 40 degree mornings and also 80 level afternoons ( i love AZ) so maybe simply a tad higher up front. I think the 36 in the rear will work perfect.
I due 33 and also 36 on my bike because of specs and also it handles an excellent on turnsOh and I have Florida heatSent from mine LG-MS770 making use of Motorcycle.com cost-free App
Jim, i"m awkward to recognize it, but i haven"t even looked at my exact tire pressure yet. Not due to the fact that i got the new white walls mounted. I"ll need to check.
Jim, i"m awkward to admit it, however i haven"t also looked in ~ my exact tire press yet. Not due to the fact that i obtained the brand-new white wall surfaces mounted. I"ll need to check.
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