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    Default Brand new tires (OEM) Brand new Tire Pressures???

    After getting the tires from the dealer, as I always do, I checked the tire pressures the next day at cold.

    "Ride Now" set the rear at 26PSI and the fronts at 23PSI. I called them questioning the tire pressures and they told me that BRP now recommends these tire pressures.

    Has anyone heard about these new tire pressure recommendations from BRP??

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    I look forward to the answers you get. When I had my F3t serviced, last fall, they had filled my front tires to about 23 psi, also. I figured it was a mistake, and took air out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carsong View Post
    I look forward to the answers you get. When I had my F3t serviced, last fall, they had filled my front tires to about 23 psi, also. I figured it was a mistake, and took air out.
    Interesting. The plot thickens...

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    Quote Originally Posted by carsong View Post
    I look forward to the answers you get. When I had my F3t serviced, last fall, they had filled my front tires to about 23 psi, also. I figured it was a mistake, and took air out.
    Me too. 17psi front and 23psi rear I use for one-up ryding. Two-up probably needs higher pressure and my repairer sets them that way. I reset them as soon as I get home.
    There is usually another way. 2020 F3Ltd.
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    21 f3s 15 front 28 rear

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    My 2016 and my wife's 2017 F3's are 18 front and 28 rear.
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    If BRP has changed their tire pressure recommendations they did not up date the 2021 owners manual. My manual for my 2021 RTL says Tire Pressure and Maximum Load is 20 psi front/cold and 28 psi rear/cold found on page 88 and page 146 both.

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    I've got the OEM Kenda on the rear and run it at about 27#. When I had the OEM Kendas on the front, I ran them at about 18#. FWIW, I weigh about 300#.

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    I increased my tire pressure from 17 to 22PSI. Just got back from a ride. 22PSI is definitely too much. It handles better but is bumpy on the highway. I think 20PSI will be the sweet spot. I will try that next. Thanks for all your inputs.

    As far as dealerships, what they suggest is all over the map (I called 3 of them). I called BRP, they said call the dealerships. Ugh!

    Its going to come down to personal preference and experimentation I realize now.

    Probably should have bought different tires to begin with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZCanAm View Post
    After getting the tires from the dealer, as I always do, I checked the tire pressures the next day at cold.

    "Ride Now" set the rear at 26PSI and the fronts at 23PSI. I called them questioning the tire pressures and they told me that BRP now recommends these tire pressures.

    Has anyone heard about these new tire pressure recommendations from BRP??
    15/28 if you can't read the owner manual from the 21

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoginedgewood View Post
    F30D01D4-11E4-4005-A6DF-8C899B46C136.jpg15/28 if you can't read the owner manual from the 21
    Comprehension my man. Comprehension. By the way, its in the frunk as well.

    Thanks for the put down. Feel better?

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