Originally Posted by mahatvab
Nikunj thanks for the reply.. Can you please explain this pic. This sticker is on the driver side. I am not getting which pressure has to be done above 160 or below 160.
In this pic, the different pressures have been given for the 2 types of speeds you would be doing (upto 160 kmph or beyond 160 kmph) if I am not wrong.
In India, you better stick to the below 160 kmph pressures, i.e. 32 psi for the front and 30 psi for the rear. Remember to get air filled from some reliable and modern outlets as the road side shops are not accurate with their pressure monitoring systems (or, they fill upto 40 psi and lower the air without any precision as their guage has a wide range, you may get 29 psi, 30 psi or even 32 psi. They work by guessing and are not exact.).
Do keep in mind that while driving, tyres heat up and the air pressure increases, and when they cool down the pressure decreases. For eg, you did 3 digit speeds all day long and have 40 psi at present. When you get air checked at that time, the person will bring it down to 32 psi. By the time the tyres cool down the pressure will decrease to 26/28 psi, which is not ideal. Prevent this situation. If you have an air pump at home and can fill air when the car is stationary for some time, then it would be the best bet.
Which app is this?