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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    About 2.1 front 2.3 rear

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    This is a Screenshot Form ihr user manual

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    Front 2,5 rear 2,8

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    2,5/2,9 bar

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    Here it is in psi

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    2,5 / 2,7

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

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    I have continental KC80

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    2.3 front and 2.6 rear

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    2.5, 2.9! 😉

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    2.5 front 2.9 rear

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    36/42

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    Solo 2.2/2.5 2up 2.5/2.9

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    LC model only 2.5/2.9

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    RTFM!

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

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

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

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    Front 2,5 – rear 2,9

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    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

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

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    Front 2,4 rear 2,8

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

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    2.5 en 3.0

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    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

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    I believe it says under your seat!

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    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…

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

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    2.4 2.9

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

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    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…

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

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    2,3 Front 2,7 back

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    2.5 / 2.8 si chargu00e9. Sinon 2.3 / 2.6 solo

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    Ride a donkey ……..unbeliveable this question

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

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