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Optimal temperature range for tires ?

Started by HornetMaX, October 04, 2013, 08:04:21 pm

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HornetMaX

Hi all,

anyone knowing what is the optimal temperature range for the tires ?

MaX.

P.S.
BTW, would it make sense to have a tire temp setting in the pits (like tire warmers) ?

capeta

Dunno but maybe the optimal temperature change with the tyres type (qualif, hard etc... )?

HornetMaX

For sure, but what is the opt temp for each tire ? Pilots have this info IRL.

MaX.

Hawk

Quote from: HornetMaX on October 06, 2013, 11:53:57 am
For sure, but what is the opt temp for each tire ? Pilots have this info IRL.

MaX.


Hi Max..... I'm pretty sure it is between 70 - 80 degrees C.

neoraptor

Is the optimal temperature not the one written in the tyre file?
In this case, these are the optimal temperature & pressure for the 500 and 1000:

500 tyres qualify
* Optimal temperature : 65°C
* Optimal pressure : 1.8 bars

500 tyres soft
* Optimal temperature : 70°C
* Optimal pressure : 1.8 bars

500 tyres hard
* Optimal temperature : 80°C
* Optimal pressure : 1.8 bars

500 tyres wet
* Optimal temperature : 65°C
* Optimal pressure : 1.8 bars




1000 tyres qualify
* Optimal temperature : 80°C
* Optimal pressure : 1.4 bars

1000 tyres soft
* Optimal temperature : 85°C (rear) / 90°C (front)
* Optimal pressure : 1.4 bars

1000 tyres hard
* Optimal temperature : 100°C
* Optimal pressure : 1.4 bars

1000 tyres wet
* Optimal temperature : 75°C
* Optimal pressure : 1.4 bars

1000 rear tyre soft-hard or hard-soft (multi compound tyres):
* Optimal temperature : 85°C (soft) / 100°C (hard)
* Optimal pressure : 1.4 bars
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C21

January 10, 2014, 09:00:13 am #5 Last Edit: January 10, 2014, 09:03:49 am by C21
Yes it is.
But at the time Max asked for that the files were not encrypted ;-)
I´m thinking about developing Superbike and maybe Street tires.....but it will not be that easy.
Right all 1000cc bikes (CBR, RSV4,GP8,996,...) are using the MotoGP tires (GP1000) which is not correct.
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neoraptor

You are right ! I didn't checked the dates  ;D

Anyway, this could be helpful to any rider, as they are not all looking in the tyre models ;)
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