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Best Tire Pressure for 5-door Sport Premium

tonyfordtonyford Posts: 15
edited July 2015 in Subaru
Didn't like the ride when set to Subaru recommendation on tire pressure. Bumped both front and rear up by 3 lbs. Fronts at 35psi and Rears at 34psi.

Anyone else have any recommendations or set the pressure other than the what Subaru recommends?

Comments

  • jfljfl Posts: 1,392
    If you're running +3 lbs, I think you should be at front 35psi, rear 33psi. The recommended spec is ∆ 2psi front to rear.

    I sometimes run +4psi for long distance freeway drives. Much higher than that and the rear end starts to bounce a bit.
  • I run 32 front, 30 rear on my Type 25, which seems to suit bad road surfaces in the UK.
    I have noticed over the years that Subarus (BH Outback H6, GC Impreza) tend to be sensitive to rear tyre pressures.
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