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    Default Ideal Air Pressure in PK CITY

    What should be the ideal air pressure for city drive. I have civic exi 2005 and its mentioned in its handbook that 30psi in front and 29psi in back. While i always thought that front wheels should have low pressure than bank wheels.
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    size ???
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    Dunlop SP Sports R14 165/70
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    Sorry Baba!

    its DUNLOP SPORTS 185/65 R14
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    If its your FWD car then yes 30/29
    btw it also depend on ur driving style! i use 29/28 for better grip
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    i have DUNLOP SP SPORT 9000 195/65/R15.. i use 28 front and back both for better handling and grip and better Performance..

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    hah man funny advice.. just use the company recommended pressures. 1 pound here or there will not make a difference unless you plan on driving on very rough terrain for a long time or VERY high speeds which is pretty much impossible besides on motor way which would be OVER 160 km/hour continuously. of course using different size tires then recommended for your vehicle may need different pressures but those sound pretty much in line

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