If the tires on the vehicle are what the manufacture recomends go by the car specs. The tire specs only tell you max inflation for that tire.
That seems fairly obvious
To put it pain and simply the tyre will go up. (inflate) This is because the more air you put is the more particles there are in the tyre, the more particles the more the tyre will go up. (inflate)
If you mean the gas used to inflate its tire, usually compressed air, although nitrogen gas inflation is becoming more and more common in many tire inflation applications.
Two occasions you would inflate your tires to more than the recommended pressure are: When carrying a heavy load When driving fast for a long distance Never exceed the recommended tire pressure. Over inflating can actually lower the load carrying capacity of the tire.
This could be caused by one or More of these factors. The Air Compressor that supplies the air heats the air before it gets to the tire. Feel the air to see if it is hotter. The air temperature rises as the pressure increases. So as you inflate the tire to raise the pressure, the temperature also rises.
Anything that looks so good. It isn't, it Inflates more and more and than pops. Just like a bubble.
For my '05 Speed Triple the specs are 34/42 front/rear. This is for 2-up riding. The specs have not changed between '05 and '09 (1050 Speed Triple). Many riders feel that for solo riding 32/36 yields a more compliant ride at high speeds, with the same tire life.
Nitrogen can be used to inflate airplane tires, off-road truck tires, military vehicle tires, and race car tires for improved performance, more tire mileage and better fuel economy.hope it helped :)
low presher you get more tractshun and make your car go slower and with high tire presher you get less tractshun and more speed glade to help =]
The specs call for a 16" wheel, but sometimes you see them for 17" or more. It depends on the model and what previous owners have done for it. Typically, they are a 16" alloy wheel
Yes. While there is more to it, the tire pressure is quite important to the rolling resistance of the tire. The higher the pressure the lesser the rolling resistance and the longer the coasting.
Nitrogen is a dry, inert gas used to inflate airplane tires, off-road truck tires, military vehicle tires, and race car tires for improved performance, more tire mileage and better fuel economy.