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  1. Join Date
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    mga sir ask ko lang po. ano ba yung average o standard tire pressure niyo sa adventure nyo especially the glx model. nalilito lang ako kasi sabi sa casa yung sa front 30 and sa back 32. pero nakalagay sa sticker front 26 back 36.

    HELP! baka mali ako ng PSI na nalalagay kaya malakas sa crudo yung adventure ko

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    Mine is 30 front and 35 back...swak!

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    I put 30 in front and rear all tires. Pag kargado, 30 front 32 back.

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    my adventure is 29 front 32 rear. swak naman sa pakiramdam ko at di malakas sa krudo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericson21 View Post
    my adventure is 29 front 32 rear. swak naman sa pakiramdam ko at di malakas sa krudo.
    di ba dapat mas mataas psi sa unahan kasi mas mabigat, andun yong makina?.. Sa akin 35 unahan, 35 din hulihan, pero napapansin ko medyo parang flat pa rin yong unahan siguro dahil sa bigat ng makina.

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    [QUOTE=radz15;1845300]mga sir ask ko lang po. ano ba yung average o standard tire pressure niyo sa adventure nyo especially the glx model. nalilito lang ako kasi sabi sa casa yung sa front 30 and sa back 32. pero nakalagay sa sticker front 26 back 36.

    HELP! baka mali ako ng PSI na nalalagay kaya malakas sa crudo yung adventure ko [/Q

    Try to have your own gauge and observe the best psi reading given by that gauge. Different gauges have different psi reading, kaya kahit sundin natin ang recomended tire pressure di tayo siguradong tama ang nakalagay na hangin dahil sa gauge. Dapat isa lang ginagamit na gauge.

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    Rule of Thumbs for tires:
    1.) Iwasan magkaroon ng BILBIL ang tires due to less pressure induced.
    2.) The harder the tires are (of course dun sa tire maker specs lang na basis), the softer the engines are and vice versa.

    As for me, I experimenting now on 30psi front and 36psi rear. FC soon to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eiru123 View Post
    Rule of Thumbs for tires:
    1.) Iwasan magkaroon ng BILBIL ang tires due to less pressure induced.
    2.) The harder the tires are (of course dun sa tire maker specs lang na basis), the softer the engines are and vice versa.

    As for me, I experimenting now on 30psi front and 36psi rear. FC soon to come.
    many thanks sir!. let me know kung maganda FC mo para gayahin ko yang psi mo. as of now 35 front 35 rear ako. 10km/L ako mixed city and hi-way driving

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    Quote Originally Posted by radz15 View Post
    many thanks sir!. let me know kung maganda FC mo para gayahin ko yang psi mo. as of now 35 front 35 rear ako. 10km/L ako mixed city and hi-way driving
    I just finished my 2week FC experiment today. My tire pressures are 30psi front & 36psi rear, Petron Diesel fuel, mixed city traffic driving and hiway driving. Mountain ranges uphills and down hills for 2weeks. Total distance travel was 522.1km and total fuel consumed for that 2week drive was 46.15liters (full tank ako sagad last 2weeks ago and then nagpa-full tank sagad uli ako today with 46.15liters). By calculation as 522.1km/46.15liters, my FC will be 11.313km/liter (mixed city, hiway, & mountain driiving).

    Summary:
    1st trial: hiway driving only (break-in period) - abt. 16km/liter * 26psi front & 36psi rear, petron diesel.
    2nd trial: mixed hiway,city traffic medium & heavy, mountain driving - 11.87km/liter * 28psi front & 36psi rear, petron diesel.
    3rd trial: mixed hiway,city traffic medium & heavy, mountain driving - 11.31km/liter * 30psi front & 36psi rear, petron diesel.

    Conclusion:
    My Adve 2011 GLS Sport FC is 11km/liter. (for purpose of fuel refilling at stations, I'll just use 10km/liter).
    My preferred tire pressure shall be 30psi front & 36psi rear (mas mahatak Adve ko sa pressures na ito at hindi masyadong matagtag. Mas mabilis ang response ng gas pedal ko during overtakes sa ganitong pressures).

    Lumalabas na: (based on my tests only)
    1.) Front tire pressure is DIRECTLY proportional to FC. Meaning, "the higher the front tire pressures, the higher the fuel consumption will be". Although incremental and decimal difference lang naman halos. Anyways, I will still continue to test on the next 2 weeks. The more tests, the better.
    2.) Ideal tire pressures are 26psi & 36psi. Now i know kung bakit ito ang prescribed pressures ng manual. The problem lang dito is mukhang laging FLAT ang front tires and as the tires grow OLD, lalong magmumukhang flat ito sa 26psi. The older the tire goes, the more pressure should be used in order to counter the rubbers deteriorating elastic properties. Kailangan ma-maintain ang tires sa shape na wala itong masyadong BILBIL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eiru123 View Post
    I just finished my 2week FC experiment today. My tire pressures are 30psi front & 36psi rear, Petron Diesel fuel, mixed city traffic driving and hiway driving. Mountain ranges uphills and down hills for 2weeks. Total distance travel was 522.1km and total fuel consumed for that 2week drive was 46.15liters (full tank ako sagad last 2weeks ago and then nagpa-full tank sagad uli ako today with 46.15liters). By calculation as 522.1km/46.15liters, my FC will be 11.313km/liter (mixed city, hiway, & mountain driiving).

    Summary:
    1st trial: hiway driving only (break-in period) - abt. 16km/liter * 26psi front & 36psi rear, petron diesel.
    2nd trial: mixed hiway,city traffic medium & heavy, mountain driving - 11.87km/liter * 28psi front & 36psi rear, petron diesel.
    3rd trial: mixed hiway,city traffic medium & heavy, mountain driving - 11.31km/liter * 30psi front & 36psi rear, petron diesel.

    Conclusion:
    My Adve 2011 GLS Sport FC is 11km/liter. (for purpose of fuel refilling at stations, I'll just use 10km/liter).
    My preferred tire pressure shall be 30psi front & 36psi rear (mas mahatak Adve ko sa pressures na ito at hindi masyadong matagtag. Mas mabilis ang response ng gas pedal ko during overtakes sa ganitong pressures).

    Lumalabas na: (based on my tests only)
    1.) Front tire pressure is DIRECTLY proportional to FC. Meaning, "the higher the front tire pressures, the higher the fuel consumption will be". Although incremental and decimal difference lang naman halos. Anyways, I will still continue to test on the next 2 weeks. The more tests, the better.
    2.) Ideal tire pressures are 26psi & 36psi. Now i know kung bakit ito ang prescribed pressures ng manual. The problem lang dito is mukhang laging FLAT ang front tires and as the tires grow OLD, lalong magmumukhang flat ito sa 26psi. The older the tire goes, the more pressure should be used in order to counter the rubbers deteriorating elastic properties. Kailangan ma-maintain ang tires sa shape na wala itong masyadong BILBIL.

    sir during sa test nyo. ilan po yung average na sakay ng advie nyo?. at hindi naman ba mukang flat tignan sa 30psi and front?

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