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i ran 20-22psi on the strip, recommended by a mate.

hooked up pretty good!

is that all 4 or just the front??

You wouldn't really want to put your rears at a lower pressure (on a FWD of course). If anything, a higher pressure would be better.

It's all a bit of experimentation though. The type of tire plays a bit of a role in that. I've found that some like to be higher whilst others lower. Ie. I've had better results down the 1/4 (in a different car, but example still exists) with a particular tire at 39 PSI than when it was at 34 PSI.

Usually on a circuit, 40 PSI is a good starting point to work from.

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