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AlienALX 28-05-20 06:01 PM

120 PSI too lol. I wanted something with little rolling resistance. Bought some tyres before and they just bite the ground and slow you down something rotten.

looz 28-05-20 06:05 PM

Hahah, I thought running my conti contact speed 42x622 at 90psi was excessive. Must be pretty frighteningly fast if you give er'

But yeah, people running MTB tires under their commuters is a pretty interesting trend. You'd think the BRRRRRT sound gave away the poor rolling resistance.

AlienALX 28-05-20 06:41 PM

These are BMX tyres dude. 20". That is why the PSI is nuts.

I've got my 700c, but I just like kicking around on a BMX.

looz 28-05-20 07:01 PM

I know man, 100psi is nuts on any tire except 23mm roadies, but especially at 20".

RobM 28-05-20 07:03 PM

Got this today as my last mod broke.
https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/02...g?v=1588953990

AlienALX 28-05-20 07:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by looz (Post 1021078)
I know man, 100psi is nuts on any tire except 23mm roadies, but especially at 20".

I doubt my pump will even do it tbh. You would be amazed how hot it becomes once you hit 100 PSI. The forces are just nuts. I usually ride around 80-90.

Warchild 28-05-20 09:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AlienALX (Post 1021081)
I doubt my pump will even do it tbh. You would be amazed how hot it becomes once you hit 100 PSI. The forces are just nuts. I usually ride around 80-90.

Try pumping a rear shock to 300psi. Then you feel the burn, muscle and skin temp..

AlienALX 29-05-20 10:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Warchild (Post 1021087)
Try pumping a rear shock to 300psi. Then you feel the burn, muscle and skin temp..

Screw that lol.

Bought the last piece needed for the new ride last night.

https://i.imgur.com/4fgIHvq.jpg

Gonna build it next week.

Dawelio 30-05-20 05:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Warchild (Post 1020818)


What are those for? ;)

Warchild 30-05-20 06:25 PM

Working on something with my 1000d build. The joys of having a 3D printer :)


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