R1200GSA 2011 tire pressure

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Hello, I'm seeing this red warning sign all of a sudden, I know it's tire pressure issue, but can some one tell me what's the right tire pressure I should use on road? It's a R1200GSA 2011 model

Any advise will be appreciated , thanks

R1200GSA 2011 tire pressure

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  1. About 2.1 front 2.3 rear

  2. This is a Screenshot Form ihr user manual

  3. Front 2,5 rear 2,8

  4. Here it is in psi

  5. Should be sticker underneath rear seat with pressures, GSA is 2.5 and 2.9

  6. I have continental KC80

  7. 2.3 front and 2.6 rear

  8. 2.5 front 2.9 rear

  9. Solo 2.2/2.5 2up 2.5/2.9

  10. LC model only 2.5/2.9

  11. I still don’t understand people who cannot control their bikes and still ride them… Amazing…

  12. under the drivers seat there is a label. for my 2009 model r1200 gs, one passenger 2.2 and 2.5

  13. Wenn des scho a Problem is dann gehst bessa z’ Fuas! 🙂

  14. Front 2,5 – rear 2,9

  15. if you are still using the same tires as on your background picture it’s 2.5 and 2.9 on road, off road you can go down to 1.9 and 2.2

  16. Thanks a lot guys all these replies really helped me, I really appreciate the efforts

  17. Front 2,4 rear 2,8

  18. I use 2.5 and 2.8 with bags on the moto (metzeller tires)

  19. Tyre Pressure In Bar

    * C600S – F2.4, R2.9 (2 Up)

    * C650GT – F2.4, R2.9 (2 Up)

    * F650GS – F2.2, R2.5

    * F800GS – F2.2, R2.5

    * F800R – F2.2, R2.5

    * G650GS – F1.9 R2.1 Sertao

    * HP2 Enduro – F2.2, R2.5

    * HP2 Sports – F2.2, R2.5

    * K1300GT – F2.5, R2.9

    * K1300R – F2.5, R2.9

    * K1300S – F2.5, R2.9

    * K1600GT/L – F2.9, R2.9

    * R1100S – F2.2, R2.5 (Boxer Cup)

    * R1200 GS LC – F2.5, R2.9

    * R12000GS – F2.2, R2.5

    * R1200 GSA – F2.2, R2.5

    * R1200 GSA LC – F2.5, R2.9

    * R1200C – F2.2, R2.5 (Cruiser)

    * R1200R – F2.5, R2.9

    * R1200RT – F2.2, R2.5

    * R1200RT LC – F2.5, R2.9

    * RnineT – F2.2, R2.5

    * S1000RR – F2.5, R2.9

  20. I believe it says under your seat!

  21. When my bike, 1200GSA 2016, on TKC70, is loaded and driving in the mountains I have 2.8 in front and 3.2 in rear…on gravel 2.1 and 2.5…

  22. Cold tires – 2,5 bar front – 2,9 bar rear

  23. You’ll get varnings below 2.2 and varnings below 1.7
    At least on my previous bike, r1200GSA 2010

  24. But,
    1.6 and 2.1 is ok to use on gravel in most cases… =)
    I often used 1.8 – 2.0 just to avid the annoying alarm…

  25. I run the tire manufacturer recommendations, all depends on the tires themselves.

  26. 2,3 Front 2,7 back

  27. 2.5 / 2.8 si chargu00e9. Sinon 2.3 / 2.6 solo

  28. Ride a donkey ……..unbeliveable this question

  29. Jean Luc sounds right to me – trawl web, check specs to confirm and check pressure frequently. Ride safe

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