Suzuki GSX R1000R SERT FIM EWC Endurance racing on Dunlop tyres

DUNLOP TRACK TYRE PRESSURE INFORMATION.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO ENSURE YOUR TRACK TYRES ARE AT THE OPTIMUM OPERATING PRESSURE.

 

*1 - DUNLOP ADVISE THAT OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE WILL BE FOUND WITH AN OPERATING PRESSURE IN THIS RANGE.

*2 - FOR SAFE OPERATION NEVER RUN BELOW THE MINIMUM PRESSURE.

 

ALL RECOMMENDATIONS LISTED ON DUNLOP.EU REFER TO RACE TRACK USE ONLY.

FOR ALL USE ON PUBLIC ROADS, REFER TO THE VEHICLE OWNER’S MANUAL PRESSURE RECOMMENDATIONS.

  • Setting pressures are a guide to achieve desired operating pressure.
  • Running pressure should be measured immediately after entering the garage / pit area.
  • Pressure gauges should be regularly checked for correct calibration.
  • Indicated pressures are average values; ideal pressures may vary depending on motorcycle, racetrack, track and ambient temperature, bike set-up and riding style.
  • Stable equilibrium running pressures are reached after approx 5~8 laps.
  • Dunlop sell top-level performance and that includes on-track advice: see your Dunlop Motorsport service crew at the track.
  • The use of tyre warmers is mandatory for professional dry weather racing tyres (KR, GP PRO) and highly recommended for track day tyres (GP RACER).
  • The use of tyre warmers is prohibited for road-biased tyres (eg. SportSmart Mk3) and wet racing tyres (KR wets). Warmers may be used with SportSmart TT, but are not needed thanks to their very short warm-up time. 

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