2004 Suzuki SV 650 "tyre pressure rear back" Questions

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...tyre pressures on a suzuki sv650 2004 motorcycle? I have metzelder tyres, 120/70 zr 17 front, 160/60 zr 17 back. Look at the sidewall of both tires. There will be a 'MAX PSI' embossed on the tire. It ...

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...tyre 42psi. However, at this pressure the bike seems 'skittish' and at one psi less on each tyre the ride is better. I weigh @ 9kgs. Can you advise? 42 on the rear seams awful high-i'm not familiar ...

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...tyre and the front is fairly worn - not sure, but could this have a link to the problem? Also could the pressure of the tyres be causing it? Thanks A couple of things... are the tyres matched? You ...

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16 and rear 5.00/5.10 - 15 ). Can you tell me what the manufacturers recommended tyre pressures are? Thanks. I also have a keeway super light 125 and the tire pressure is 33 PSI in the front and back

...tyre the manufacturer will state what the pressure should be but a general guide for an unloaded car (IE no luggage etc) with normal day to day driving conditions would be front; 2.1 bar, about 30-31 ...

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...tyre to have fitted, and what pressure would be required for two up touring with luggage . Driver and passenger weight combined = 21 stone. Many thanks Hi, I bought a new TDM 900 in 2005 and it was ...

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...as well tyres are balanced correctly as i took it back to get it checked any suggestions thanks check rear wheel is aligned correctly. check tyre pressures check wheel bearings check head stem ...

...tyre pressure. Now look at the whole tyre very carefully. You are looking for ANY damage to the tyre. Again spin the wheel and watch the Tyre to see if it rolls straight. Look at it from the back and ...

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Tyre pressure Front and back tyre pressure Hi Anonymous, front 30 lbs. solo rear 36 lbs. double rear 40 lbs. Good luck

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...correct tyre pressure (back and front ) for Scarabeo 250? front 1.9 bar , rear 2.0 bar w/o passenger, and 2.0 front , 2.2 rear with some fat body behind :) Tire pressure specs should be on the

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