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    Tyres pressure [Yes, again]

    We have the Thread with recommended tyre pressure for different cars. But it's only numbers for me. I want to see the difference and know that if a car start feels wrong it's because the wrong pressure. So there we've got a very good Step-by-Step-Setup-Guide with this picture.

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    Also i saw information like that on many sites about setup understanding. Anyway, the question is that I've never saw tires pressure in PC2 like this. In telemetry we have outside, middle and inner temperature. And in my practice I've never saw mid temperature was much higher than outside and inner. Or too low. And more of that, inside temperature always higher than others. So how to understand that pressure is fine. Or temperature O-M-I doesn't show right deformation of tire?

    I'm asking because I use this recommendations, but I don't often happy with this on track.
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    It's actually working quite well with I-M-O temperatures. Depending on your camber, the difference between inside and outside temperature will vary. If your tire pressures are correct, the middle temp will be right between those values.

    Example:

    Inside 100C
    Outside 90C

    Middle 92C (too low pressure)
    Middle 95C (optimal pressure)
    Middle 98C (too high pressure)
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    Thanks, will check it. I thought it might be like
    I - 100
    M - 105
    O ~100

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakiboom View Post
    Thanks, will check it. I thought it might be like
    I - 100
    M - 105
    O ~100
    Inside should always be hotter than outside. If it isn't, increase negative camber angle.
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    I think it will be good to add this
    Example:

    Inside 100C
    Outside 90C

    Middle 92C (too low pressure)
    Middle 95C (optimal pressure)
    Middle 98C (too high pressure)
    to Project CARS 2 Tyre Pressures thread.

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