The ORGTruly Independent and Unbiased!
Started by The Warden, 17 April 2006, 04:33 PM
Quote from: The Warden on 18 April 2006, 02:25 AMWhat do the "HR" and "VR" designations mean?
Quote from: Captain Spalding on 19 April 2006, 12:39 AMHi Oz,After the warm welcome you gave me in the recent Sunroof thread, How can I put this as uncontentiously as possible ...Consider performing this experiment. Before a long commute, let all the nitrogen out of one of your rear tires. Refill with air. Note the cold pressures of both tires. At the end of your commute, measure the pressures again. My bet is that whatever small pressure increase there is will be comparable between the two tires. ...
QuoteBut who knows, really.
Quote from: OzBenzHead on 19 April 2006, 02:02 AMWhen I first read of the nitrogen idea I did, in fact, try it by running one front and one rear tyre (diagonally opposed) on nitrogen and the other two on air, over a 200 km highway drive (speeds in the range 90-150 km/h). At start of trip all tyres registered 35 psi on my Jaeger gauge; on arrival at destination, the nitrogen tyres gave readings of 37 psi and the air tyres gave 43 psi. That was a large enough difference to convince me.
Quote from: John Hubertz on 19 April 2006, 08:40 PMThat's a nice kit spalding. where did you get it and what was the cost?
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