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Offline peter73

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Re: Using Nitrogen in tyres
« Reply #10 on: December 08, 2017, 12:59:41 PM »
*Originally Posted by KLXtra [+]
I think proper cold pressures are most important. When using N2 I think some folks avoid checking / maintaining those pressures due to the claimed stability and or the inconvenience, and may miss running correct pressures... which is potentially the greater sin in my opinion.

I would assume that, unless specifically noted otherwise, the recommended cold pressures are specified for "regular" air. Because nitrogen expands less with temperature, your operating pressures will actually be lower than recommended.

 



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