# What are the correct tyre pressures for front and back of the 09 kawasaki er-6n

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This answer is printer on the tires. Usually around 44 pounds, on many tires. Typically at full load you push pressure to that point, and when running lighter, drop 4 to 6 pounds, or so. Anything else and the TIRE will now work as designed.

Posted on Oct 11, 2010

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The tire pressure is probably listed in your owners manual and on a sticker on the frame. I find that 35-36 pounds pressure increases tire life by decreasing the cupping of the tires. It does make the ride a bit harder/rougher but also helps with cornering.

Posted on Oct 11, 2010

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