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Hypersonic

some labels are located at the fuel tank cover.

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Clutched

U open your driver side door,

 

see the inside lock there.

 

all the orginal tyres size and recommended pressure writting should be there.

 

anw if cannot find, 240+- wont go wrong

Thnks

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Hypersonic

remember, more is better than less. Its free anyway. [:p]

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Supersonic

U open your driver side door, 

 

see the inside lock there. 

 

all the orginal tyres size and recommended pressure writting should be there.

 

anw if cannot find, 240+- wont go wrong

Around 240 +- indeed cant go wrong. But i notice if you send your car for servicing, they usually like to pump a lot higher, wonder why le?

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Supersonic

U open your driver side door,

 

see the inside lock there.

 

all the orginal tyres size and recommended pressure writting should be there.

 

anw if cannot find, 240+- wont go wrong

yup there should be a metal plate there. some tyres have writings on it too.

Around 240 +- indeed cant go wrong. But i notice if you send your car for servicing, they usually like to pump a lot higher, wonder why le?

i like to pump slightly higher than recommended too. personal preference.

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Supersonic

yup there should be a metal plate there. some tyres have writings on it too.

i like to pump slightly higher than recommended too. personal preference.

If recommended pressure is 240, so if pump until 260/270, consider slightly higher?

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Supersonic

If recommended pressure is 240, so if pump until 260/270, consider slightly higher?

if recommended is 240, i would pump to about 260.

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Supersonic

If recommended pressure is 240, so if pump until 260/270, consider slightly higher?

ya if writing is 240, 

pump 260 perfectly find.

 

i remember last time, VW  write rear 300.

 

dun worry about explosion etc, unless your tyres damage , if not 400 also wont explode 1.

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5th Gear

If recommended pressure is 240, so if pump until 260/270, consider slightly higher?

 

Pump higher is ok one.

FC will definitely improve.

The contact patch to the road will be less, just drive slower can already.

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5th Gear

google is our best friend.

if still cannot find, just pump 240kpa all round.

yes Google is our best friend

But beware of Bad Friends

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Turbocharged

remember, more is better than less. Its free anyway. [:p]

It’s the cheapest way to “mod” the handling of your car. Only 5-10mins max of your time.

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1st Gear

I heard best is pump it during cold temp.

I pump during early morning around 7am when the road is cold too

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Hypersonic

I pump during early morning around 7am when the road is cold too

Not the ambient temperature but the tyre temperature.

 

Best to pump when tyre has travelled less than 2 km after it has parked for hours.

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4th Gear

Anybody knows what is the tyre pressure for Fiat Punto Grande? The manual is not with the car when I bought

Check the door sill? Most car manufacturers will placed it there.
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5th Gear

Anybody knows what is the tyre pressure for Fiat Punto Grande? The manual is not with the car when I bought

tire pressure for Passenger car generally run btw 200kpa-260kpa

usually driving wheels inflate higher (working part) (I meant generally )

Fiat Punto I think is Front engine front wheel drive, you can inflate F: 220kpa R:200(comfort) 220(little fuel economy)

tire pressure can adjust according to your own preference but base on Car manufacturers recommendations

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3rd Gear

Anybody knows what is the tyre pressure for Fiat Punto Grande? The manual is not with the car when I bought

 

The drive door or fuel door will state.

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Hypersonic

google is your best friend.

 

i actually did and all punto details were right before my eyes.

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