posted April 29, 2002 12:16 PM
we are running on a new tire this year the hoosier a 40 need to know what pressures are exceptable(how high you can run and how low you can safely go )
thank you in advance
posted April 29, 2002 03:02 PM
i've run as low as 6 on ls and 10 on rs and as high as 15.
posted April 29, 2002 05:14 PM
WFO WHEN DO YOU RUN 15PDS ON THE RIGHT REAR ALSO HOW CAN YOU GET THE A-TIRE TO HOOK I RAN ONE LAST YEAR DID NOT HAVE ANYLUCK WITH IT I THINK IT MAY HAVE GLAZED OVER I WAS RUNNING 14PDS OF AIR ON A DRY SLICK TRACK I HAVE I TRIED TO CALL HOOSIER MANY TIMES ON THEIR TECH BUT NO ONE WOULD EVER TALK TO ME
posted April 29, 2002 11:27 PM
I only run that much in the rf with an A i usually dont run more that 12 on rr. Personally i hate the A's and run D's almost exclusively. Once the A's go through a heat cycle they glaze over and never seem to come back. If i am in a situation where i am concerned about tire wear i will usually go with an H over the A. With ump allowing siping of the A's this year they may be better though.
posted April 30, 2002 01:38 PM
I NEVER HAVE RUN A H-TIRE BUT IKNEW SOME THAT DID AND THEY SAID IF YOU COULD GET THEM HOT THEY WORKED WELL THAT YOU BETTER START THE RACE WITH YOUR CAR A LITTLE LOOSE BEACAUSE BEFORE THE RACE WAS OVER THE CAR WOULD TIGHTEN UP
posted May 06, 2002 08:12 PM
we are running the Hoosier E-Mod tires....After 4 or 5 laps these things are really hooking up. When they say set up loose they mean to set up "really loose"
posted May 07, 2002 03:23 PM
I really canonot tell you that my prolblems have been the car loosening up at the end maybe some body on here can tell you