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post #1 of 24 Old 03-11-2010, 04:39 PM Thread Starter
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just got 22 10 11 razrs what air pressure u guys running tobe able to make this thing slide also pressure for stock fronts
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They should all be in the 5psi neighborhood.

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I have stock all around and keep my rears at 6 psi and my fronts at 5.5 psi. Hope this helps.

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actually, you should run the rears at least at 7... they are more prone to leak around the bead at low pressure, or our normal 4 or 5 in the rear.. it's just the way the wheel is...
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actually, you should run the rears at least at 7... they are more prone to leak around the bead at low pressure, or our normal 4 or 5 in the rear.. it's just the way the wheel is...
Doesnt the manual say 6 rear and 5 front?
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I wouldn't do that on a Razr... just an FYI, because I'm a bigger dude, I'm running 8-8.5 on the rears
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Maxxis recommends them to be ran at what the manufacturer suggest. It's a relative starting point. You can go up or down for different needs.

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On my 450R with Maxxis tires I run 8 psi in the front and 7 psi in the rear when I race, the rears are 9" wheels. Have not ran the Maxxis tires yet on my 700XX, but my plan is to run 8 psi all around. May go even more in the back, figure less sidewall due to the 11" wheel, weaker rims compared to what I run on the 450R, and more weight. Going to have to do some testing to see what works.

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May go even more in the back, figure less sidewall due to the 11" wheel, weaker rims compared to what I run on the 450R, and more weight. Going to have to do some testing to see what works.

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I ran around 7 in the rears while using studs, with out studs I run around 8. Just make sure they are perfectly even in the back end, especially if you want to do some wheelies . Also, I run in the rocky east, but the guys in the desert may run something different (even though they prolly run sand tires and not razors).

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