Speed Triple Rs Tyre Pressures On Supercorsa Diablo

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  1. rob johnston

    rob johnston New Member

    Apr 28, 2019
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    Hi all can you tell me what tyre pressures people are running as 2.9 and 2.4 bar seem a bit high any help would be appreciated
     
  2. sam triple

    sam triple Well-Known Member

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    fronts prob ok but id take 2psi out of the back ,but that's just me
     
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  3. Ron Ashurst

    Ron Ashurst I came into the world screaming & covered in blood
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    And that's how I'll leave it.
    Follow the recommended pressures in your owners manual. Not what is printed on the tire/tyre.
     
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  4. RSReggie

    RSReggie Active Member

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    34/38 for spirited riding in the warm

    TBH standard pressure covers pillion and luggage so you can afford to lower a little unless you weigh 20 stone ...
     
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  5. Helmut Visor

    Helmut Visor Put on your big boy pants and man up
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  6. Bad Billy

    Bad Billy Baddest Member
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    I'd agree with Helmut Visor if you're riding solo & weather is warm, always check pressures cold.
    FYI - I run Super Corsa's on race bike, SC1 Front, SC2 Rear at 30/26 (Pirelli recommended) measured cold.
     
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  7. rob johnston

    rob johnston New Member

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    Thanks for that
     
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  8. rob johnston

    rob johnston New Member

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    Thanks for that
    thanks for that going to drop it by 2psi and see what happens then probably drop a little more depending on how she behaves
     
  9. rob johnston

    rob johnston New Member

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    hello rs reggie I live in Derbyshire so there is quite a lot of nice roads lots of twisty back roads to fly about on and some nice long sweepers I weigh 10.5 stone, in your experience would you say 34/38 would do as I spoke to Parelli uk and they said 40 psi back and 35 psi front I still think 40 psi in the back is quite a lot I am running the supercorsa sa diablos
    thanks in advance
    Rob
     
  10. RSReggie

    RSReggie Active Member

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    Hi Rob I am not an expert. Make your own choice based on what you read on here and elsewhere. I can only say what I personally feel happy with . The greater loading of pillions heavy rider etc do require the higher pressures I think a lower load allows a lower pressure. Also of course if you ride hard and get the tires warm the pressure will increase do allowing a lower staring pressure (like on a track day for example). So that's a factor to consider. Maybe pirelli should give the warm pressure to go by. In the end a few psi difference isn't going to throw you off. It's what you feel comfortable with and also you can look at the tire to check it's wearing nicely .
     
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  11. rob johnston

    rob johnston New Member

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    Hi and thanks for that
     
  12. rob johnston

    rob johnston New Member

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    Hi and thanks for that
     
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