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    OK boys N girls

    This has most likely been done before but me being new to all the bits that go with riding and riding well, I am interested in sourcing out WHAT PRESSURES TO RUN MY TYRES AT.

    Currently running Ducati 1098 with Perrellis (soft) with Front 34psi and rear 37psi

    How am I doing so far, just mainly looking to have traction. (newbie)

  • #2
    Does it mention what pressures to run at in your owners manual?
    If so, go with that first for regular street riding.
    You can tend to drop the pressures a bit for harder/faster riding on hot days.

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    • #3
      down one one the back 36 is good,not that great for hight speed running, but an all round workable pressure !


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      • #4
        Originally posted by CB Boy View Post
        Does it mention what pressures to run at in your owners manual?
        If so, go with that first for regular street riding.
        You can tend to drop the pressures a bit for harder/faster riding on hot days.

        Thanks CB.

        Manual states 2.3kg/cm2 front
        2.4kg/cm2 rear

        Anyone know what that is in "psi"

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Dave-Jem View Post
          Thanks CB.

          Manual states 2.3kg/cm2 front
          2.4kg/cm2 rear

          Anyone know what that is in "psi"

          2.3 kg/cm2 = 32.7 psi ~33
          2.4 kg/cm2 = 34.1 psi ~34

          Use THIS to convert.

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          • #6
            Thanks heaps guys nGirls

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