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MY12 Black Edition Tyre Pressures

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by minimadmotorman, Mar 23, 2012.

  1. minimadmotorman

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    Hi All,

    I've looked all over my car for the tyre pressure sticker (petrol flap, under bonnet, under locking mech on drivers door, manual)

    Does anyone have any idea what tyre pressures I should be running?

    It's a 140 TDI if that has any bearing on the pressures.

    I seem to get conflicting figures from google ranging from 33/30 - 42/38???

    Help please. :)
     
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  3. boroboy41

    boroboy41 Member

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    My 8P BE says 42/36 or 46/44 for a full load that's for the 225/45 R18 92Y XL tyres
     
  4. audigex

    audigex Active Member

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    Sportback or 3 door?
     
  5. boroboy41

    boroboy41 Member

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    Those were off a Sportback
     
  6. minimadmotorman

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    Mine is a sportback. Anyhow I went and had a look at a colleagues (same car) and i can confim 42/36 unladen.
     
  7. Jameze

    Jameze James

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    I took a pic and kept it on my phone in case I ever forgot (to save me crouching down at the petrol station and staring at the sticker like a chump).

    For future reference...

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  8. audicruiser

    audicruiser Audi Heaven

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    Our MY10 S-Line Sportback is 42 front 36 rear unladen. The sticker on ours is on the drivers door edge near the bottom...
     

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