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Depends on the conditions of the particular track.. Generally the softer the soil, the higher the pressure.

On a hard pack track you should run a lower pressure than you would on a loamy/sandy track.

Hard pack I usually run about 12 or 13 and on loam/sand 14 or 15..
 
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IndyYZ85 said:
Depends on the conditions of the particular track.. Generally the softer the soil, the higher the pressure.

On a hard pack track you should run a lower pressure than you would on a loamy/sandy track.

Hard pack I usually run about 14 or 15 and on loam/sand 12 or 13..

I think you need to edit this :) .
 

adam728

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Depends a lot on the tire as well. I typically run 13/11 F/R, but I've run across a front tire before that required 19 psi to get the same "feel" as a good tire at 13 psi.
 

defo26

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first off, if its really soft you want to have less air in the tires. Like wet mud or really soft sand i go about 10 psi. Harder packed you want more psi which i do about 12-14 psi.
 
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