You can believe that all you want but it won't make it true. :roll:I only believe The tire pressure levels on the swing arm for the stock tire, period.
That's certainly true, but how many of us have different rims? The pressure on the bike is set to match the suspension, expected load, and tire. I'd stick with it unless you have a good reason not to, not just a rumor or gut feeling.The numbers on the bike can mislead you if you run a different tiire/rim combo.
OK, fair enough but I wouldn't call a change of 4 lbs front and 6 lbs rear a HUGE difference. :roll:For instance when I changed to Avon Storms on my Suzuki the OE spec was 32 front and 36 rear, Avon says to run 36 front and 42 rear. A huge difference and as a note the bike handles much better with the Avon spec pressure.
Yes. :roll: :mrgreen:Or did you just need an excuse to roll your eyes again?
I used to think the same thing. Then the dealership I worked for got the nitrogen machine in. I put it in my car. The tires do maintain pressures much better and the tire pressure sensor was not on even on the coldest mornings. As a result, I am sold on it for those reasons. However, I still would not pay $80+ to have it put in. I have heard some people say that their cars ride and handle better with it. I think that is the placebo effect myself. Unless, of course, they did a very bad job of checking their tires and for once they were filled properly. I think the biggest benefit of it is getting most of the moisture out of the tire.LOL My tires are Nitrogen filled! (Roughly 75 percent nitrogen) as it is in our atmosphere. Can't believe people pay money for air just to get another 25 percent more nitrogen!