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what tire pressure do u sugest for a 87 base rx7?

Old 03-28-04, 04:32 PM
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what tire pressure do u sugest for a 87 base rx7?

what tire pressure do u sugest for a 87 base rx7? it has stock base phone dial rims. the tires are yokohama P185/70R1487H DOT COVE Treadware 360 traction A tempature A (max psi is suposed too bee 35). i am planning doing a 5 lug conversion this fall so im jus using these too hold me over (maybe even somtime in the summer if this parts car comes through ) and i dont have much cash so the only way too adjust the handling right now is tire pressure so im wondering what u sugest im looking for a neutral too slight oversteer conditions
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I (and probably everyone else here) has zero experience with that kind of street tire.. Tire pressure is one component, but if getting neutral handling was simply a matter of tire pressures, there'd be a lot of very broke racers with very chagrined expressions.

Considering your sidewall is so tall, go with max pressure (although 35 sounds low for max pressure). Use shoe polish on the tire sidewall to see how bad your tires are rolling over, adjust pressures that way..

Good luck.
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