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      05-03-2009, 11:32 AM   #1
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Tyre pressures

Hi

I've just bought myself a proper tyre pressure gauge with a button to deflate so that I can keep my tyres the right pressure when I am on the track. I will have a set of track tyres so I won't use my road tyres on the track.

I understand that as I heat my tyres up I will probably need to let some air out to keep them at the correct pressure.

Does this mean that I will need to top my tyres up with air between track days? Alternatively do I set the right pressure when they are warm so that when I start from cold the pressure is a bit lower than optimal - but will be ok when they are warm?

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