PV1 wrote:I was thinking the same thing, because I put a large gap in air pressure (44 in back, 36 up front) and that enabled regen while making sharper turns at speed, but it dropped out as soon as I straighened up. So I was really close to the threshold.
What it boiled down to was that I wasn't willing to buy Yokohamas after Joe's experience, and Dunlops are too expensive and wear out too quickly, so I went with Continental, even though the rear was the wrong size.
What is the difference with 145/65R15 up front with 175/65R15 on back? There's quite a selection at that size for the rear?
GdB wrote:There are so many combinations that I prefer to share my excel file with the calculations. It also has a lot of other useful stuff including range calculations.
I believe that you have had your new front Continental tires for two months.PV1 wrote:…my rear tires (original Dunlops) are wore to the point of being nearly smooth. With the newer Continentals on the front, I'm starting to see a drop out of regen when turning sharply. The Dunlops are wearing much faster than the Continentals.