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PostSubject: Tire pressure in Yoko A drive   Sun Dec 04, 2011 1:23 am

Hi guys,

I recently changed my JK tires with the Yokohama A drive tires, inflate them with 30 PSI , since Yoko are softer tires does it require more PSI for better milage?

I guess, need to tinker with the tire pressure and find the right balance, could any one guide me?

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PostSubject: Re: Tire pressure in Yoko A drive   Mon Dec 05, 2011 11:14 am

Hi Siddharth,

The best place to know how much tire pressure to maintain, is from the shop where you purchased it.
I am assuming you have got your wheel balanced and aligned after fitting the new tires. The same people can tell you about the tire pressure.

Stock JK Vectra tires come with a recommendation of 29PSI.
When I changed over to BS Turanza, the same person told me to keep it at 32PSI owing to the composition of the tire.

Hope it helps.
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PostSubject: Re: Tire pressure in Yoko A drive   Tue Dec 06, 2011 10:02 am

Hey Siddharth,

I bought A-drives 3 months ago and i must admit they are the best tires i have ever had. Will tell you what i follow. In general, i put 32psi when i am alone or if there is someone with me. When there are more than 3 people, i put 34psi and it performs better. Thats good for fuel economy as well. Besides grip remains super!!!!


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PostSubject: Re: Tire pressure in Yoko A drive   Sun Dec 11, 2011 9:28 pm

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Hey Siddharth,

I bought A-drives 3 months ago and i must admit they are the best tires i have ever had. Will tell you what i follow. In general, i put 32psi when i am alone or if there is someone with me. When there are more than 3 people, i put 34psi and it performs better. Thats good for fuel economy as well. Besides grip remains super!!!!


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Hi adamkathy23,

Thanks for your reply.

Does the car not bounce after filling in 32 PSI? I am just asking never filled in 32 PSI but shall try definitely, I feel to find the right balance one needs to tinker around till one finds the best output desired. I had asked the tire shop from where I made the purchase, who informed me that 30 PSI would be the best.

Somehow I do not agree with him, To narrate today’s incidence where I had only driven about 20 km while going to a social function ( with the ac set on the second blue dot and the petrol tank fully filled in yesterday, with four ppl in the car) I was shocked to see two bars from the fuel indicator empty .

This got me thinking, was the tank fully filled in , or was it due to Yoko being softer tires it required a higher PSI than 30. I am at a loss to understand 02 bars from the fuel indicator getting empty for just 20 odd km. Must admit that there was traffic on the NH 8 highway due to some police bandobast, but still not justified.

Have you or any one experienced such a scare??
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PostSubject: Re: Tire pressure in Yoko A drive   Sun Dec 11, 2011 9:44 pm

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Hi Siddharth,

The best place to know how much tire pressure to maintain, is from the shop where you purchased it.
I am assuming you have got your wheel balanced and aligned after fitting the new tires. The same people can tell you about the tire pressure.

Stock JK Vectra tires come with a recommendation of 29PSI.
When I changed over to BS Turanza, the same person told me to keep it at 32PSI owing to the composition of the tire.

Hope it helps.
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Thanks Surya,

I shall have this done right away, yes you are right Yoko being softer tires would need more pressure, but the fear of a tire burst held me back in filling 32psi.

Yes the composition play a crucial part, JK tyres are hard tyres and depending on the composition of the tyres hence required 29 PSI.

Wheel balancing was done upon the tyre change.

I have just narrated a drastic change in the fuel efficiency in my post may be this has got to do with the 30 psi that I inflated the tyres with. Have also have a post on the difference in breaking that I noticed with the Yoko tyres, suggestions and experience sharing will put one at ease.
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PostSubject: Re: Tire pressure in Yoko A drive   Mon Dec 12, 2011 6:54 pm

Its on the sticker which is on the pillar by the driver side door, the recommended tyre pressure. Its 29psi for size 185/70-14 irrespective of the brand.
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