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This is a discussion on psi in tires within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; wut psi does everybody have their stock wrxs in their tires? can i do 40psi all around?...

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    wut psi does everybody have their stock wrxs in their tires? can i do 40psi all around?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scotts05 View Post
    wut psi does everybody have their stock wrxs in their tires? can i do 40psi all around?
    i have 40 on all my cars
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    Quote Originally Posted by rr1911 View Post
    i have 40 on all my cars
    40 after a drive to warm them up or before?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanwrxduksa View Post
    40 after a drive to warm them up or before?
    40psi before i drive it at all... its always hot in fl... the onlything i notice is that the ride is very good (pot holes ect...) and the tires tend to no last long and the side walls tend to crack fast
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    Quote Originally Posted by rr1911 View Post
    40psi before i drive it at all... its always hot in fl... the onlything i notice is that the ride is very good (pot holes ect...) and the tires tend to no last long and the side walls tend to crack fast
    so you think 32-35 would be safer, for long life? and i just checked the rating on my snow tire...130mph
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanwrxduksa View Post
    so you think 32-35 would be safer, for long life? and i just checked the rating on my snow tire...130mph
    i would say 35psi all around for summer... but winter you wanna run less psi for better snow traction like 32 or 31psi all around
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    thanks. im gonna check mine again tommorrow. i used to run 28-30 but time to go up until snow. really cant wait for it this winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trailboss View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by rr1911 View Post
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    old thread but anyways in the door sill of my legacy it says to run 32psi front and 30 psi in the rear... maybe I'm just imagining things but it seems to handle better in the corners with this setup compared to say running 40psi all around like I used to be doing, any thoughts?

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    i agee on my wrx i run 32 all around and seems to coner and handle very well. If you are runnig to much psi then you will get uneven wear so if you are unning the psi that the door jam says and your tires wear unevenly you might be able to get it covered under waranty seeing as how tires arent all that cheap although most dealers around here are ******** and wouldnt do that but its an idea

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    36psi works really well for aggressive driving.

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    Check the door jam on the driver side, it should specify, if i remember correctly its 32 in front and 29 in rear..

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