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Running low psi in your pilot powers for street and track?Seems A high psi is better

I've heard numerous times that Spencer and Schwantz schools run the psi high in the pilot power street tires..

Dale at racers edge is an instructor at spencers and he says to run high psi in them.

powers are silica based and CAN NOT SHED heat like a race tire.

http://www.racersedgeperformance.com...wtopic.php?t=3

call Dale and ask .

http://www.racersedgeperformance.com/index2.htm

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yeah what he said
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yup...i thought it was bs but i heard from a student at Spencers they run like 36 36 in the summer....crazy.
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31,29 has always worked well for me
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but i guess it's not the best huh???
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diablo corsas are the same way for track use.

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Thanks Bd...

Im 100% sure this is why mine were terrible feeling. The local vendor didnt have a clue,told me to run 31 31.

The carcass flex was scary and they had no feedback.
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