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Tyre Pressures for 225/40/18 tyres

Discussion in 'General Technical / How To' started by sponger007, Sep 23, 2010.

  1. sponger007

    sponger007 New Member

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    Hi guys, maybe a stupid questions but I've just put 18" RS6 replica's with 225/40/18 tyres and im wondering what pressure I should be pumping them up to? :wacko:

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. wickyianr1

    wickyianr1 Member

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    i use 38psi all round on a 06 3.2 depends what car 2 wheel or four wheel drive
     
  3. sponger007

    sponger007 New Member

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    Cheers mate, it's a 2004 2.0TDI (2 wheel drive). So I guess around 38PSI will be fine (!?)
     
  4. djarchive

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    Anybody know what the reccomendation is for a 2002 BAM S3 running the same wheels is please?
     
  5. thebambam

    thebambam P.I.M.P

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    Think I stuck 35 all round on mine? That was potenza runflats,
     
  6. jimmp

    jimmp Member

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    Wow! that seems really high!

    I'm running these exact tyres on my TDI Quattro and I'm currently on about 28psi and they're rock hard!?

    JimP
     
  7. Mike B

    Mike B Member

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    Thats much too low for a Quattro
     
  8. marknjayne

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    i run 38 front and 35 rear (A3 3.2 Q)
     
  9. 3DTDi

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    it should say on the fuel cap what pressure to run in what conditions with a range of tyre sizes
     

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