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What are the recommended tyre pressures for a suzuki drz400sm?

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  • Anonymous Jun 28, 2010

    Dear Robotek,

    Thanks for your response. Firstly I must appologise because my bike is actually a DRZ 250 (2007). The 400 seemed to be the nearest fit. The tyres are dunlop sportmax GPR 100F 120/70ZR17 M/C(58w) on the front and GPR a-10 150/60R17 M/C 66H on the rear. The bike has no provision for a pillion passenger and I'll be travelling at speeds up to 100kpm.
    Looking forward to your thoughts.

    Thanks again
    Bill (wsnowden)

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25-28psi front and 35-45psi for the rear will be fine unless you carry a fat passenger???ha ha sorry!

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