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I thought it was the other way around (archive)

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Posted by Shane on February 06, 2001 at 01:28:33:

In Reply to: Did you try changing air pressure? posted by Lester on February 05, 2001 at 01:32:33:

I'm pretty sure you want to decrease the rear tire pressure and increase the front pressure to reduce oversteer. Can anybody else add to this?

Try adding two psi to the lose end. If your having oversteer problems add two psi to the rear tires. If your getting to max psi in the rear let out two psi in the front.

Every time I changed my suspension I have had to readjust the tire pressure to balance the front and rear.


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