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I'm using 31 front, 33 rear, although I'm in the Philippines where it's brutally hot and humid RIGHT NOW!:(
 

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I went to a workshop for motorcycle suspension couple of months ago and I remember they said the front and rear tire pressures should be the same. 36/41 psi is recommended by the manual IF you carry maximum load. But if say you're only 170-180 lbs, I think you should put less than 36 and if you hardly pack someone, then definitely put lower than 41.
I'm about 170 lbs and I go 36 psi on both.
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Good to know about them saying to run the same pressure. It makes sense about having more rear pressure if you lug someone around all the time.

I think it's kinda silly that the manual doesn't give recommended pressures for different situations.

Thanks for everyones help.
 
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