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Old 01-23-2021, 07:52 PM   #3
Chi_San
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Join Date: Jan 2004
Chapter/Region: NWIC
Location: Deadford, OR
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2005 Baja Turbo
White/Silver/Black 3tone

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Originally Posted by krzyss View Post
Mazda puts "use 3 PSI more in winter tires" but it may be more about ambient temperature.
Early morning temperature may be very different from mid day.

Myself I use sticker PSI + 10%.

Krzys
I typically run 40PSI front and 32-34PSI rear. Baja's door frame says to run 32PSI front and rear... I like a little more oversteer. When I had my axle replaced, they did an alignment, and they set the tires to 32PSI all around, and I really didn't like how it handled.

But yeah, I guess it makes sense to run a bit more air pressure during the winter in a snow tire.
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