I know but thanks for your feedbacks.
On combustion bike I put rear tire pressure only to 0,6 bar (normal 2,8 bar/35PSI).
But as I said before the Hoosier tire I used is a car front drag tire with only 2,8 kg of weight (6lbs).
The tire itself has a very thin running surface and the side walls of it are more thin.
Inside the video clip from Luke you can see that most of the rear tires are screwed.
As Frank Papp, from Hoosier/Continental, told me that this tire is absolutely not foreseen to use it as rear tire on motorcycle rim I believe him (but it fits perfectly)!
Therefore it will have not the performance as you can see inside the video!
As you can also see inside my video when I am running early in the morning, the rear wheel slipped because of the under ground (dust surface). On air plane landing field he did not slip!
But the landing field surface in Bamberg is special one (transverse rib over the whole distance to avoid water puddle) which will be not the same as in Eisenach @ German Race Wars or in Alkersleben @ Speeddays King of Germany!
So I will see/ feel the difference there.
If it´s starts spinning I will lower the pressure for sure but not too much!
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