Join Date: May 2008
Location: Adelaide, SA, Aus
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Can't help but think of seinfeld with this....raise the feet, get blood to the head..no raise the head get blood to the feet.
A bit of interwebz trawling just makes it more confusing as both views are given....on a cold day raise the cold pressure to maintain optimum track pressure.....no! on a cold day lower the cold pressure to get optimum track heat.
Perhaps I should hedge my bets and run 40 front, 20 rear...that evens it out....right?
(btw I'm talking stone cold temps, 26psi in warmers would be about 21 cold)