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tire pressure r1150gs?

just bought an r1150gs and it didn't come with the users booklet and i don't know the recomended pressure... I need front and back.. thank you..
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Hi - I use 32 on the front and 36 on the rear
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32F 34R myself.

It depends on your weight, pillion and luggage too. (Not that I change my tyre pressures on a daily basis.)
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just bought an r1150gs and it didn't come with the users booklet and i don't know the recomended pressure...wyomex
Tire pressures for all conditions are on a vinyl label attached to the plastic fender under the seat...at least they are on my R1150 GS Adventure.
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In metric 2.2bar front 2.5bar rear for solo and 2.5bar front and 2.9bar rear for fully loaded and/or pillion but to be honest I am happy on the solo settings no matter what unless I know I am going for a long motorway haul. If you put on TKC80 off road tyres then you can lower things down for off road use. Front down to about 1.5 or 1.6 and rear to 1.8 to 2.0 seems to work well for me and doesn't make tarmac sections too unmanageable.
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