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Looking for correct tire pressure on 2001 Kaw ZX6R. 120/65 17 AND 180/55 17. Michelin Pilot Tires. Thank you.

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The maximum PSI will be embossed on the sidewall of each tire. It is probably 45psi. Inflate to max and the ride is like a rock. Inflate to 20psi and the ride is really spongy and squirrely. Set the pressure where the bike rides and handles like you want it to. You will probably be around 35 psi.

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