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      Honda-Amaze-Alloy-Tyre-Upgrade-Options

      The Amaze is derived from the Brio and the tyres etc. remain the same.

      Honda Brio Alloy/Tyre Upgrade Options

      Only the recommended pressure is 29psi (2.0kg/cm^2) all around for both Petrol and Diesel.
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      Didn't know about the recommended PSI. I have maintained 32psi so far on my Amaze.

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      Quote Originally Posted by anonymous View Post
      Didn't know about the recommended PSI. I have maintained 32psi so far on my Amaze.
      Picked up my daughter-in-law's Amaze yesterday and confirmed the 29psi from the placard. The Amaze is bound to need higher inflation, esp in the rear since it is carrying far more weight in the rear end. You could have checked the tyre placard on the sill inside the drivers side door. In any case I normally prefer a couple of psi above the recommendation.
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      Got new tyres for Amaze yesterday. I could not get 195/60/R14 in major tyre shops here in BKK (B-Quick, Cockpit and Tyreplus). So finally got 185/65/R14.

      Overall diameter (OD) is changed by 2.23% which is, as per most of forum/sites, under limit of 3% hence considered to be fine.

      Below are the links for tyre comparison between stock (175/65/R14) and upsized (185/65/R14) tyre

      Car / SUV / Van / Light Truck Tire Calculations

      https://www.miata.net/cgi-bin/tirescgi

      Below are the pics :

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      Wheel well -- side wall has gone up by around 6 MM ( as per basic calculation, I am not sure of other technical complexities, pls feel free to correct). Very slight visible change in wheel well as compare with stock tyres

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      and below is the pic with stock tyre

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      I am keeping air pressure as same that I used to keep with stock tyres - 33 (F) and 30 (R)

      New tyres are of same brand as stock - Michelin XM2. They are super silent! In mid of April, a long trip is planned, will share the experience with new upgrade.
      Last edited by gonugupta; 1st Apr 2018 at 11:54.
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