Sizes and labelling classes
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Conditions of Use
Conditions of Use
- Use the car manufacturer’s recommended tyre pressures.
Cold starting pressures, 26 psi (1.8 bar) front and rear.
Then bring the tyres gradually up to temperature.
To maximise grip aim for:
- Hot pressures of 2.3 bar front and rear (contact Michelin for more information).
- Tread compound temperature between 70° and 110°C for optimum performance.
For more information, contact Michelin.
Important: after track use, before leaving the circuit and once the tyres have cooled down, re-inflate your tyres to establish the car manufacturer’s recommended tyre pressures. Due to the reduced original tread depths and technical characteristics of these tyres, we advise drivers to take care and reduce speeds as necessary in wet conditions, especially in deep standing water or heavy rain. This applies to track and road use.
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(1) Tests conducted on dry tracks by independent German car magazines, Auto Bild Sport Cars 225/40 ZR 18 (December 2008), and Sport Auto 225/40 ZR 18 (June 2007).
The tyre pressures given are purely indicative. Please refer to your vehicle documentation for recommended tyre pressures. These are sometimes found on a sticker on the inside of the front door or fuel filler cap of your car.
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