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Correct tyre pressure

Can anyone tell me what is the correct tyre pressure (PSI) for gsr 400?

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    50psi

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    48 psi

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Depending on the type of riding you are doing, you will want to run 28 - 30 in the front and 30 - 32 in the rear. The rear builds more heat and will stabilize at 36 when hot, the front takes longer because of less weight on the tire so it will need to be initially lower but it too will build to 36 hot.

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