1998 BMW R 1100 R "front tires pressure less" Questions

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and a well documented weak link) or at the swing arm bearings. One more thought; what sort of tire pressure do you run, front & rear? I hope you can sort this out and start fully enjoying your oilhead

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...a well documented "weak link") or at the swing arm bearings. One more thought; what sort of tire pressure do you run, front & rear? I hope you can sort this out and start fully enjoying your

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...gives you Honda's recomended tire pressure. I like to run a higher pressure 35-36 PSI front and rear. It gives a stiffer ride but also helps cornering and makes for more even tire wear (less

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...pressure on the front and rear of a 1983 GL 1100 Aspencade The factory pressure is on a sticker on the frame by the side cover. If you run 35 PSI front and rear you will have less trouble with tire ...

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pressure front and rear will give less rolling friction and better tire where. On the frame of the motorcycle there should be a sticker with the manufacturers recommended tire pressure. It can usually

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...front and rear? I just use what the tire says max. pressure is unless you're a really big guy,250-300 lbs. then I would use 3 or 4 psi less.Maximum pressure I have found gives the best even wear on ...

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...rear tire pressure. You will get a stiffer ride but you will also get more even wear (less cupping) and better cornering if you run a slightly higher pressure. 35 psi front and 35 psi rear works

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...tires on the street is to use the 10/20% rule. First check the tire pressure when the tire is cold. Then take a ride on your favorite twisty piece of road. Then, measure the tire pressure immediately ...

Question about BMW R 1100 R Motorcycles

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...tires on the street is to use the 10/20% rule. First check the tire pressure when the tire is cold. Then take a ride on your favorite twisty piece of road. Then, measure the tire pressure immediately ...

Question about BMW R 1100 R Motorcycles

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...tires on the street is to use the 10/20% rule. First check the tire pressure when the tire is cold. Then take a ride on your favorite twisty piece of road. Then, measure the tire pressure immediately ...

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