H20 Hot pressures?Looks like rain!
Posted 05-25-2012 08:16 AM
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Posted 05-25-2012 03:24 PM
That's kind of what I'm running RA1 in the dry: 39-40psi...
So am I doing something wrong in the dry or you're just saying that it's same pressure to shoot for dry or wet...
dry ra1s never over 38 hot, most liek them 36-38 hot!
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Posted 05-29-2012 11:21 AM
35-37 cold, gives you 38-40 hot. Be carefull, if the track starts to dry, you will ruin the tires in a hurry.
This issue was addressed by Hoosier. They are a little more durable than the previous HWet. You still will want to look for wet track when it starts to dry though.
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Posted 05-29-2012 11:36 AM
On another note, we found out the new Hoosier SM6's gave up the ghost about 6 laps into the 8th heat cycle. Instantly went from 1:53's to 1:55's. You will know when it happens...
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