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    #5731
    Quote Originally Posted by kimot View Post
    sundin mo sir kung ano yung nakaindicate sa manual/driver's side. afaik nakasulat rin dyan yung specs ng gulong.

    mahirap kasi kung di mo susundin, you're sacrificing the thread life and your safety.
    Ahh. Sa Adventure ko kasi halos lahat ng nakausap ko na advie owner hindi nila sinusunod yung recommended na 26 front 36 rear. Karamihan 35 front & rear or 30 front 33 rear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radz15 View Post
    Ahh. Sa Adventure ko kasi halos lahat ng nakausap ko na advie owner hindi nila sinusunod yung recommended na 26 front 36 rear. Karamihan 35 front & rear or 30 front 33 rear.
    as long as the specifications indicated on the tire's carcass are not violated, the tire should survive the experience.
    but the over-inflation might figure negatively on the vehicle's suspension, etc..

    but yess. over-inflation does seem to soften the steering feel..
    i myself, add +2 psi ...

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    #5733
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
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    as long as the specifications indicated on the tire's carcass are not violated, the tire should survive the experience.
    but the over-inflation might figure negatively on the vehicle's suspension, etc..

    but yess. over-inflation does seem to soften the steering feel..
    i myself, add +2 psi ...
    Feeling ko kasi parang over-inflation yung nasa recommend. Sa Adventure kasi 26 front 36 rear tas ang max psi ng gulong is 50psi. Samantalang to 36 front 33 rear tas max psi ng gulong is 44psi. Yung dating lancer ko kasi 30 front & rear kaya medyo nanibago talaga ako. Ask ko lang po pag hiway drive at the speed of 90-100kms. Ilan po kadalasang nadadagdag sa hangin sa gulong?

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    #5734
    Masyado matagtag yung 35psi sa akin. I normally hover between 32 to 33 psi lang.

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    #5735
    Quote Originally Posted by radz15 View Post
    Feeling ko kasi parang over-inflation yung nasa recommend. Sa Adventure kasi 26 front 36 rear tas ang max psi ng gulong is 50psi. Samantalang to 36 front 33 rear tas max psi ng gulong is 44psi. Yung dating lancer ko kasi 30 front & rear kaya medyo nanibago talaga ako. Ask ko lang po pag hiway drive at the speed of 90-100kms. Ilan po kadalasang nadadagdag sa hangin sa gulong?
    It is the ambient temperature that you should consider, not your driving speed.



    1-psi/10F = 1-psi/5.5C

    Morning temperature = 27C
    Cold tire air pressure = 36 psi

    Case 1.
    Afternoon temperature = 32C
    Change in temperature = 32C - 27C = 5C
    Increase in tire air pressure = 5C x 1 psi/5.5C = 0.9 psi
    Tire air pressure = 36 psi + 0.9 psi = 36.6 psi

    Case 2.
    Afternoon temperature = 40C
    Change in temperature = 40C - 27C = 13C
    Increase in tire air pressure = 13C x 1 psi/5.5C = 2.36 psi
    Tire air pressure = 36 psi + 2.36 psi = 38.36 psi

    So 36 psi sa front is safe even if ambient temperature is 40C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radz15 View Post
    Feeling ko kasi parang over-inflation yung nasa recommend. Sa Adventure kasi 26 front 36 rear tas ang max psi ng gulong is 50psi. Samantalang to 36 front 33 rear tas max psi ng gulong is 44psi. Yung dating lancer ko kasi 30 front & rear kaya medyo nanibago talaga ako. Ask ko lang po pag hiway drive at the speed of 90-100kms. Ilan po kadalasang nadadagdag sa hangin sa gulong?
    It is the ambient temperature that you should consider, not your driving speed.



    1-psi/10F = 1-psi/5.5C

    Morning temperature = 27C
    Cold tire air pressure = 36 psi

    Case 1.
    Afternoon temperature = 32C
    Change in temperature = 32C - 27C = 5C
    Increase in tire air pressure = 5C x 1 psi/5.5C = 0.9 psi
    Tire air pressure = 36 psi + 0.9 psi = 36.6 psi

    Case 2.
    Afternoon temperature = 40C
    Change in temperature = 40C - 27C = 13C
    Increase in tire air pressure = 13C x 1 psi/5.5C = 2.36 psi
    Tire air pressure = 36 psi + 2.36 psi = 38.36 psi

    So 36 psi sa front is safe even if ambient temperature is 40C.

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    #5736
    Quote Originally Posted by red_one View Post
    It is the ambient temperature that you should consider, not your driving speed.



    1-psi/10F = 1-psi/5.5C

    Morning temperature = 27C
    Cold tire air pressure = 36 psi

    Case 1.
    Afternoon temperature = 32C
    Change in temperature = 32C - 27C = 5C
    Increase in tire air pressure = 5C x 1 psi/5.5C = 0.9 psi
    Tire air pressure = 36 psi + 0.9 psi = 36.6 psi

    Case 2.
    Afternoon temperature = 40C
    Change in temperature = 40C - 27C = 13C
    Increase in tire air pressure = 13C x 1 psi/5.5C = 2.36 psi
    Tire air pressure = 36 psi + 2.36 psi = 38.36 psi

    So 36 psi sa front is safe even if ambient temperature is 40C.

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    It is the ambient temperature that you should consider, not your driving speed.



    1-psi/10F = 1-psi/5.5C

    Morning temperature = 27C
    Cold tire air pressure = 36 psi

    Case 1.
    Afternoon temperature = 32C
    Change in temperature = 32C - 27C = 5C
    Increase in tire air pressure = 5C x 1 psi/5.5C = 0.9 psi
    Tire air pressure = 36 psi + 0.9 psi = 36.6 psi

    Case 2.
    Afternoon temperature = 40C
    Change in temperature = 40C - 27C = 13C
    Increase in tire air pressure = 13C x 1 psi/5.5C = 2.36 psi
    Tire air pressure = 36 psi + 2.36 psi = 38.36 psi

    So 36 psi sa front is safe even if ambient temperature is 40C.
    Ohh i see. Pagkaka alam ko kasi pag mabilis ang takbo umiiniit yung gulong kaya tumataas yung psi.

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    #5737
    Para hindi ka kabahan, buy yourself a tire air pressure gauge. Actually, dapat meron ka na nito.

    Inflate your front tires to 36 psi in the morning and then after you use the vehicle, measure the tire air pressure again. At least yan, actual mo makikita kung umaabot ka ng 44 psi.

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    Para hindi ka kabahan, buy yourself a tire air pressure gauge. Actually, dapat meron ka na nito.

    Inflate your front tires to 36 psi in the morning and then after you use the vehicle, measure the tire air pressure again. At least yan, actual mo makikita kung umaabot ka ng 44 psi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by red_one View Post
    Para hindi ka kabahan, buy yourself a tire air pressure gauge. Actually, dapat meron ka na nito.

    Inflate your front tires to 36 psi in the morning and then after you use the vehicle, measure the tire air pressure again. At least yan, actual mo makikita kung umaabot ka ng 44 psi.

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    Para hindi ka kabahan, buy yourself a tire air pressure gauge. Actually, dapat meron ka na nito.

    Inflate your front tires to 36 psi in the morning and then after you use the vehicle, measure the tire air pressure again. At least yan, actual mo makikita kung umaabot ka ng 44 psi.
    i thought inflating psi is measured with a cold tire...

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    #5739
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
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    i thought inflating psi is measured with a cold tire...
    "Inflate your front tires to 36 psi in the morning" >> This is the cold tire air pressure.

    "and then after you use the vehicle, measure the tire air pressure again." >> This is the hot tire air pressure.

    The purpose here is to know the maximum air pressure inside the tire during normal use.. since according to radz15, tire sidewall indicated 44 psi as maximum for his tires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
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    i thought inflating psi is measured with a cold tire...
    "Inflate your front tires to 36 psi in the morning" >> This is the cold tire air pressure.

    "and then after you use the vehicle, measure the tire air pressure again." >> This is the hot tire air pressure.

    The purpose here is to know the maximum air pressure inside the tire during normal use.. since according to radz15, tire sidewall indicated 44 psi as maximum for his tires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by red_one View Post
    "Inflate your front tires to 36 psi in the morning" >> This is the cold tire air pressure.

    "and then after you use the vehicle, measure the tire air pressure again." >> This is the hot tire air pressure.

    The purpose here is to know the maximum air pressure inside the tire during normal use.. since according to radz15, tire sidewall indicated 44 psi as maximum for his tires.

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    "Inflate your front tires to 36 psi in the morning" >> This is the cold tire air pressure.

    "and then after you use the vehicle, measure the tire air pressure again." >> This is the hot tire air pressure.

    The purpose here is to know the maximum air pressure inside the tire during normal use.. since according to radz15, tire sidewall indicated 44 psi as maximum for his tires.
    isn't the 44 psi max tire sidewall, also measured as cold inflating pressure?

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