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I want to know the tyre pressure front and rear daytona 1200

I want to know the tyre pressure front and rear tyre

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    Emily Bennette Feb 05, 2016

    Figuring out the right pressure to have your tires at can be difficult. My sister was also trying to find out if she needed to have her back and front tires at different pressure levels recently too. It seems like the best way to figure that out is to ask a professional about it or just take it to an auto shop and have them do it for you.http://www.tyrepowermiami.com.au/service...

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Yup nice question. For any vehicle accurate tyre pressure will give you better tyre life, low running cost, etc. Here is a chart for car tyres click here.
For bikes i havent found any chart. basically in india rear tyres having 100/90 18inch maximum tyre pressure is 32psi. front tyre having 2.75P or 80/90 18 inch uses 24 psi pressure. and do check your tyre pressure twice a month.

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