Find out what the cold pressure is supposed to be first. With the bridgstone , they run 26-30 cold which will rise when hot. It is better to run slightly hotter on the smaller bikes then colder especially if you are running a softer compound , so keep an eye on the rubber when you come in and if you don't quite know , get somebody to have a look and see if it working properly. You will find slicks will be more responsive on turning the bike into the corner aswell.
^^ Thanks mate i guess i will see you at the track on your mv some time.
When i have done racecrafts i haven't got as far as learning about tyres ie wear and bike setup hopefully they will help me out on the 30th anyway, i will also talk to others aswell to help me out.
Good luck and enjoy . Look, learn and listen to as many people as possible and take in and use what will work for you . Take your time learning as the bitumen does teach you lessons and keeps you honest when you hit it personally.And if you hit the sand ,all you will learn is how to get the sand out of everything.
Stay rubber side up.
My kanegs burned a hole in my front tire the 3rd time I used them..so I can't recommend the quality either. Although that being said after a quick email to them they promptly sent me a new set within a week..excellent customer service. Pity the warmers are a bit hit and miss.
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1985 - 2009
in 2 racing seasons, I have had or my team mate has had 3 rilusi tyre warmers smoking and burning holes in tyres, again they replaced them quickly without to much fuss but i think you will find all the cheaper brand \ ebay tyre warmers are just the same cheap out a china jobs. so you get what you pay for, is my impression of all tyre warmers.
I just got the bike back today and they have put a very soft compound tyres on that aren't slicks but pretty close they are the dunlop AL-12.