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Old 12-08-2005, 12:02 PM   #26
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I agree ... we had a class room session the evening before ... during which Andy said that the first thing one should do is tire temps/pressures ... but when we went out onto the ski pad the next morning ... we set-up on the skid pad first ... THEN did tire pressures ... (we all sort of looked at each other and wondered about this) and then were released onto the transitional course ... with no further instructions, although Andy was there to consult with.

I need to find my notes ... but it was my understanding that the insides should always be around 10 degrees warmer? ... although what you say of course makes sense ...

... off to look for my notes and handouts from the Dial-In Course ... (We aren't suppose to share EVO Info ... so I can only make generalizations.)
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Old 12-08-2005, 05:17 PM   #27
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Probably stupid question: Would it make sense that a tire at the right pressure would have slightly lower temps at the outside edges, since the shoulders could dissipate more heat through the sidewalls?

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Old 12-08-2005, 05:32 PM   #28
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heat dissipation through the sidewall is probably pretty slow ... one needs to measure tire temp ASAP when coming off skidpad/track.

If it's at the "right" temperature ... then it would include whatever sidewall dissipation there is ...
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