M201 Tyre pressure

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M201 Tyre pressure

Post by cj3bj4 » Fri Dec 04, 2009 4:04 am

Hi dear all,

could anybody informe about the ideal tire pressure for front and rear tyres in an M201. I have a 6.00*16 tyres.

Many thanks

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Re: M201 Tyre pressure

Post by maeserik » Tue Dec 08, 2009 5:03 am

same as mb ?

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Re: M201 Tyre pressure

Post by jadatis » Sun Dec 20, 2009 4:13 am

Signed in to give you an answer
you can calculate it the same way the car-manufacturers do with spreadsheet I made.
http://cid-a526e0eee092e6dc.skydrive.li ... e-pressure" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Take the newest version in this map, and there are examples.
Probably the answers will be low because the tires are oversised, but this will be beter when you are driving in sand, where it can even be lower. For higher speed dont go lower then 60% of the reference speed, wich is for tires with standard load 2.5 bar so 60% is 1.5 bar.
The Belgian Leutenant above here can navigate my complete public map for more spreadsheets, my native language is Dutch. But there are some more spreadsheets in English to.

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