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Old 06-17-2013, 07:33 PM
isjoey isjoey is offline
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PS2 ZP - track day tire pressure?

Hello, I am looking for a little feedback in regards to a good all around tire pressure for track days with the PS2 ZPs. I have done a couple HPDE days with the pressure of 37 front / 44 rear - cold. Someone had mentioned the higher pressure recommendation is just too high for the track, which I would agree with. My top speed is approx. 120-130 and not for very long. Any feedback would be great!

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Old 06-18-2013, 05:08 AM
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37/44 seems too high. The best way to determine the right tire pressures is to get a hold of a pyrometer and measure the temperture profile of the tire tread immediately after a few hot laps around the track. If the center of the tread is running hot, then the pressure is too high. If the shoulders of the tread are running hot, then the pressure is too low. Keep on mind that the outside shoulder will usually be hotter than the inside because of cornering loads.
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