Damn, you got me! Ok, I didn't mean "a couple" literally - more like 8 to
Who was it that said (on this thread) that it's not incorrect pressures
that give poor performance, but an incorrect difference between the
pressures on the front and the pressures on the rear? I hadn't heard that
before, but now I think about it, it makes sense.
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2000 13:33:02 -0400
From: Douglas Frank <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Tail Happy
> The last time this happened was when the car went for its MOT. Pressures
> were only a bit out, and I didn't notice at first - until it rained, and
> the rear started sliding all over the place. A quick visit to an
> showed that all the tyres were a couple of psi over spec.
Wow, 2 psi made that much difference? We *all* get at least that
much every day, from temperature changes!