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Yeah in a sport where they are chasing the last 0.000001% of a gain it might have a place. But not in a road car.
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@ 32psi all around I didn't have to change any of the Toyo T1r proxes on a Suzuki Swift Sport for over 6.5 years!!
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Under inflation has dangers, but the usual problem with over inflation is loss of traction when it is most needed.
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