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    I've just realised that I haven't done my tyre pressures since I picked up the car!

    They still look pretty full but I guess I should give them a top up. Anyone know what the tyre pressure is for a 1.8 Club?

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    Up to 3 persons = 32 psi front and rear.

    Full load = 33 psi Front and 42 psi rear.

    See this post for a link to manuals for download..... the tyre pressures are on page 90 of the 2003 edition.

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    Electronic manual is useful for when I'm at work!

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    I stick 40 all round in mine, stops it wallowing on the corners.

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    I use 35psi all round on my 2.2 Direct SRi and find it's altogether more responsive on twisty roads.

    I adjusted them after I'd been on the Michelin web site - they state 35psi all round for this car (in normal use), although I've Goodyears on mine.

    Try it, and see what you think!

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    I use 35psi all round on my 2.2 Direct SRi and find it's altogether more responsive on twisty roads.
    Have you noticed any change in fuel economy?

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    I just had 4 yoko's fitted and the guy put 36psi all the way round

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    most tyre fitters use the rim size as i guide for tyre presseures i.e 17" double it and to find 34 psi and so on saves them having to no every model and manufacturers..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adamant
    I've just realised that I haven't done my tyre pressures since I picked up the car!

    They still look pretty full but I guess I should give them a top up. Anyone know what the tyre pressure is for a 1.8 Club?
    **** you meen you have to put air in your tyres,i wondered why it was bumpey

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