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ideal tire pressure for gt3 Mk1


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Hmmm The US did not get the GT3 MKI, so, you may not get many US responses. UK guys??

It may help to know what tires you run on the street, and especially, what on the track? PAG changed the recommended pressures and tire sizes on the MKII that we did get in the US.

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Hi, I follow the recommended tyre pressures of 32psi front and 39psi rear. I measure these pressures late at night when it's coolest. I don't bother messing with the pressures even when I track the car and, its worked fine for me so far.

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Hi,

Just a simple question, whats the ideal tire pressure on stock gt3 mk1 wheels on a hot day? And whats the best tire pressure when i bring it to the track? Thanks in advance, peace! :renntech:

Tire pressures on the street with street tires, I recommend you follow the Porsche Owner Manual.

Regarding driving a street tire on the track. It's not recommended to drive with under inflated tires because of several reasons. So you should start driving the car and continuously release the pressure once it starts to go up. Don't go out on cold tires.

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