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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-16-2010, 11:05 AM Thread Starter
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Info if you run Dunlops-

A couple of links regarding tire pressure recommendations and warmer use......

http://www.dunlopracing.com/Pressures.pdf

http://www.dunlopracing.com/Warmers.pdf

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Nice.. I found that my 209 GPA's worked best at 31F 22R (cold).

The thing that I noticed with Dunlops is that 1psi makes a huge difference in the feel you get from them.. Never noticed that with other brands, but maybe because back then I wasn't as aware..

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thanks, but I don't run Dunlops.

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thanks, but I don't run Dunlops.
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gotta love how they recommend cold pressures without an ambient temp

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gotta love how they recommend cold pressures without an ambient temp

Yeah, I noticed that too, but the hot temps seem to be pretty good - I set em and had no cold tearing or uneven wear. I dont carry enough pace to really test that though!

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