What are you guys running cold F/R?
using a probe type pyrometer is the only way you will get them set up correctly, along with your quality air gauge.Need more detail on that question:
What size wheels? What size tires?
I started at 23/26 (cold) and then lower from there (using a probe type pyrometer) when using R888s on the stock wheels with the stock tire sizes. Over the course of the day I think I let about 1.5 pounds out of the fronts and one pound out of the rears.
If a tire has temps like this (one tire, left/middle/right):Ok...how do you properly use a pyrometer? I know you want to know the outside, middle inside temps and you want them even. But what does that really mean.
Track or street? For track, I would go down. Minimum of 3 lbs per tire.as of now, im on TD 1.2 wheels, 16x7 front, 17x8 rear factory size R888 and im running the PSI reading on the door jamb of the car, its like 26/29 f/r if i remember correctly
any PSI recommendations?
:up: Yes, they do, and they will!I just did 23 front 25 rear cold for stock sizes.
These tires feel FANTASTIC and just grip and grip. Imagine they'd be even better after a little break-in.