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      09-19-2008, 07:14 AM   #67
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Does anyone know Alpinas recommended pressures for their B3 235/35/19 265/30/19 ?
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I run 34 fronts 36 rear on my 17" Non RFTs - currently have 36 and 38 in and its too firm and no more precise and the back is skipping a little rather than riding - for my car and tyres 34 & 36 seems to be the sweet spot.

You're pretty much spot on, as you have 17" wheels. Dazza was asking for his 19" wheels, which are a completely different setup pressure-wise...
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Does anyone know Alpinas recommended pressures for their B3 235/35/19 265/30/19 ?
37psi front, 38.5psi rear, on Michelin PS2 extra load tyres
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37psi front, 38.5psi rear, on Michelin PS2 extra load tyres


hehe, silly me. Thats not too different to the run flat pressures, 2.5 and 2.7 bar I think.

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hehe, silly me. Thats not too different to the run flat pressures, 2.5 and 2.7 bar I think.

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Yup - 2.55bar front, 2.65bar rear
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Ill need my boost turned up to compensate running 10mm more front and rear as it will create more rolling resistance LOL
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Ill need my boost turned up to compensate running 10mm more front and rear as it will create more rolling resistance LOL
......but will create that little bit more smoke on your next burnout
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You're pretty much spot on, as you have 17" wheels. Dazza was asking for his 19" wheels, which are a completely different setup pressure-wise...
Not arguing with you Tony, in fact that was the point - pressure recommendations are only any good for the same tyre, wheel and driver
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......but will create that little bit more smoke on your next burnout
PMSL... There becoming an expensive occurence.
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