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    Default Tyre pressures on 215 50 17

    is 35 all round on 215 50 17 ok?

    i got lpg gas tank so extra weight

    i got goodyear nct ego tyres on there whats the best optimal psi cause am geting rubbish mpg??

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    Vehicle : Vauxhall Astra-J

    Trim : Elite

    Engine : 2.0 CDTi

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    The handbook recommends 32 (up to 3 passengers)
    33 f, 41 r with full load.

    What mpg you getting then?

    With LPG you'll get less mpg than when using petrol.

    Remember the LPG tank is at the rear of the car, so you don't need to significantly increase the front tyre pressures for it.

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    sure i seen some where 35 at front 36 at back.

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    Depends on engine size, wheel size and loading. I have a 2.0T and according to the manual it requires 35psi all round. My previous 'C' 1.8 was 32 psi all round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hinesh12 View Post
    is 35 all round on 215 50 17 ok?

    i got lpg gas tank so extra weight
    Tyre pressure depends on body, engine and model
    Assuming your car is 1.8 saloon / hatch with LPG :
    Up to 3 passengers -
    Front 29
    Rear 32
    Full load -
    Front 29
    Rear 39

    If it is a different body and/or engine let me know
    Details are in your handbook at the rear

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