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      06-13-2012, 12:52 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by signes View Post
When you put on your track wheels and you have low enough cold pressures to set it off, just reset the TPMS and you are good to go till you put your street setup back on. Takes about 10 seconds and no annoying warnings.

I forget the exact threshold but I run stock at about 34-36, cold pressure for track starting at ~30. No warning for me (I think it will trigger around 28-29 in my case, roughly 7 psi or ~20%.)
This wasn't my experience I kept having to repeatedly reset it throughout the day, not just once in the morning. Though my cold starting pressure is less than 30. I really felt that they kept kicking on at a far higher PSI level (more like dropping below 33-34...) Sounds like my experience might be more of an outlier, however.
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