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      08-23-2012, 10:05 PM   #1
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Tyre Pressures

Hi guys,

Just wondering what pressures you guys run front/rear.

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Use the stick like u would a manual. If that doesn't work, put it in D mode and put both hands at 10 and 2. If that doesn't work, just sit on your right hand.
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I don't own an M3 but a general rule with tyre pressures that i have found is to start at what the manufacturer recommends then increase/decrease 2psi at a time to find the tyre pressure/steering feel that you are happy with. I guess what i am trying to get across is that there are no hard and fast rules as to what pressure you should run for daily/street driving as long as you don't stray too far from what the factory recommends for your tyre/rim size.

I personally like a "heavier" steering feel so I run Front: 40psi (235/35/R19) and Rear:42psi (255/30/R19).


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Hi guys,

Just wondering what pressures you guys run front/rear.

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30 bar (44 lb) rear and 27 bar (39lb) front (nitrogen). Firm but good tyre wear.
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30 bar (44 lb) rear and 27 bar (39lb) front (nitrogen). Firm but good tyre wear.
Suh-weet. I've been running the same front/rear around 40 psi I think.. Would yours be same for good old fashioned air?
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Suh-weet. I've been running the same front/rear around 40 psi I think.. Would yours be same for good old fashioned air?
Sure, just the same. It's the higher recommender pressure on the tyre placard. Rears on mine are a different size to stock (295x30x19) but I've always run the same pressure (air or nitrogen) and been happy with the results.
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