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    ...do your rides carry?

    At idle?
    Under throttle?
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    all warm up in gear 35 to 40 running down the road 80 psi
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    Both my Mazda and Chevy run 25 at idle and 50 at speed
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    Quote Originally Posted by rednecks View Post
    Both my Mazda and Chevy run 25 at idle and 50 at speed
    All the (stock) GMs I have do the same thing. The Jeep holds 40 all the time. The Vega holds 40-50 at idle and 55-65 at speed. The Camaro is 60-65 at idle and 80-90 under full throttle. I guess as long as the 10psi per 1000rpm is met, it's all good. I just find the differences interesting since I'm a gauge watcher.
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    35-60 psi in my Camaro w/ 15-40 synthetic.

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    ...30-35 at idle.....around 80 rolling.


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