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does anyone know tire pressure

 
Sinksracing Sinksracing
New User | Posts: 1 | Joined: 04/07
Posted: 04/21/07
12:23 PM

Does anyone know how to put tire pressure  for a 4 cylinder front wheel drive

Thanks Tyler Sinks  

haganracing77 haganracing77
New User | Posts: 3 | Joined: 05/07
Posted: 05/04/07
05:12 PM

hey bub i ran mini's from 05 to this year. the T/P i would run depended on the track. The main track i ran at was 3/8's a mile. I would run if the track was muddy 26-28 pounds....on the slick i would run around 23.....but if your guna run that low of a pressure, you will need to tube the tires. You will spin the tires of the wheel if you dont tube it. i had plenty of expirience with that. A higher air pressure might help to. i only kept like 15 in the rear tires.  

goodscout goodscout
New User | Posts: 2 | Joined: 10/07
Posted: 10/13/07
06:11 AM

thanks  

rednecklee rednecklee
New User | Posts: 2 | Joined: 05/09
Posted: 05/24/09
07:46 PM

on my recent race car iam am running front left:19psi. front right:11psi. Left Rear:22psi. Front Right:20psi. seems to be pretty good top five every week tubed of course on a 1/8th a mile clay track  

jack6 jack6
New User | Posts: 1 | Joined: 10/09
Posted: 10/21/09
12:09 PM

Having the correct tire pressure is extremely important for getting good gas mileage and the most life out of your tires. Your car has a specific tire pressure that will give the best gas mileage, handling and tire life for that car, and it’s written right on the door of the car. That’s the one you should follow when filling up.I would also like to recommend Viagra Online.
On newer cars, the recommended pressure is most commonly listed on a sticker inside the driver’s door. If there’s no sticker on the door, you can usually find the specs in the owner’s manual. Most passenger cars will recommend 32 to 35 psi in the tires when they’re cold. The reason you check them cold is that as tires roll along the road, friction between them and the road generates heat, increasing tire pressure. For the most consistent tire-pressure reading, make sure the car has been sitting overnight, or at least has been parked for a few hours.
Do not inflate your tires to the pressure listed on the tire itself. That number is the maximum pressure the tire can hold, not the recommended pressure for the vehicle. Tricky, huh?
Over-inflating your tires will give you a bouncy ride and an ill-handling car, while under-inflated tires can develop premature wear from increased friction. Either way, not having your tires at their recommended pressure will negatively affect tire wear and vehicle performance.  

MACRO3 MACRO3
New User | Posts: 1 | Joined: 10/09
Posted: 10/22/09
09:06 AM

for some Pacific Northwest mases went to look at some races where it is at my best friend but I EVO exhaust my brother and drive for two days and drink plenty of Viagra Online to keep me awake and return the car without my father found out and discovered the wonder that is this car before I did not like much but now I would not change by any  

carnut1420 carnut1420
New User | Posts: 14 | Joined: 12/09
Posted: 12/28/09
08:59 PM

yeah i m also asking the same question because i don't know the answer

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carnut1420 carnut1420
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Posted: 01/01/10
10:28 PM

Very impressive work. I liked your work.
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Racer72 Racer72
New User | Posts: 6 | Joined: 01/10
Posted: 01/12/10
06:42 PM

Icon Quotejack6:
Having the correct tire pressure is extremely important for getting good gas mileage and the most life out of your tires. Your car has a specific tire pressure that will give the best gas mileage, handling and tire life for that car, and it’s written right on the door of the car. That’s the one you should follow when filling up.I would also like to recommend Viagra Online.
On newer cars, the recommended pressure is most commonly listed on a sticker inside the driver’s door. If there’s no sticker on the door, you can usually find the specs in the owner’s manual. Most passenger cars will recommend 32 to 35 psi in the tires when they’re cold. The reason you check them cold is that as tires roll along the road, friction between them and the road generates heat, increasing tire pressure. For the most consistent tire-pressure reading, make sure the car has been sitting overnight, or at least has been parked for a few hours.
Do not inflate your tires to the pressure listed on the tire itself. That number is the maximum pressure the tire can hold, not the recommended pressure for the vehicle. Tricky, huh?
Over-inflating your tires will give you a bouncy ride and an ill-handling car, while under-inflated tires can develop premature wear from increased friction. Either way, not having your tires at their recommended pressure will negatively affect tire wear and vehicle performance.


Confused WOW.....That Street information will come in real helpful on the RACE TRACK!!!! I really doubt he is concerned about gas mileage or best wear for the tires! Shocked  

angelawright328 angelawright328
New User | Posts: 17 | Joined: 11/11
Posted: 11/30/11
05:43 PM

Thank you so much in sharing your ideas here..

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