i am guessing at 12 psi but you will nwwd a manual to know for sure and for the tire you have the tire itself for protection and a tube inside of the tire so a hole in the tire does not neccecarily mean a hole in the tube this also depends on tire stiffness the stiffer the tire the harder it is to puncture I think you will be alright though those tires are pretty tough and can handle quite a bit of abuse if they are in good condition
Not sure what that has to do with tires, but anyway ...
We usually run our tires a little high on the pressure out here, just to save our rims from the rocks. When I lived in Iowa we had these locust trees that had thorns as big around as pencils and about 6" long. They would fall off the trees and be all over the trails, I never had a flat from one of them. Had a few nasty scars and pulled a lot of them out of my arms and legs, but no flats.
Good grief dude! Did you not do ANY reasearch or planning before getting your bike?
-If you get busted on the street in SA they can take your bike AND fine you, expect to spend over $500.
-Tires go flat, pinch flats & thors are common in Texas, buy Slime (look it up).
-Every hear of Kryptonite Locks? They will slow somebody down but a dirt bike doesn't weight much so take your risk as you see fit.
I got my motorcycle license last year. I've had a dual sport 650 with a kickstart, then I had two street bikes. That's my xp so far. I rode the kx250f this morning. At first, the balancing felt weird cause I'm used to low street bikes, but I got it. I'm very careful and I don't plan on flooring this bike for a long time.