I am having this question from long back.
I am using N2 for my tyres.
After a few KM (say some 3-4 KMs), measuring the PSI, shows a less pressure.
Whether, due to the increase in the temperature in the tyre, the density or the pressure is decreased?
If it is so, will it escape from the tyre, I mean the tyre pressure will be reduced easily??
The same thing will happen for the tyre with the normal air
Having a tyre with tube when compared to tubeless, will resolve this problem. (I am not going to change it from tubeless to tube)..
The loss of air is directly proportional to heat of the tyre, or it will lose it molecule after some days/months..
I got hanged up with this questions. Please help me to understand the things better.
PS:- Hi I am measuring the pressure in the hot tire (I mean, I am doing it immediately after the ride in the fuel station). But I have noticed as, Lets take the following case :- 1. Before 1 Month I have checked the PSI for the tyre and it says, some 28 PSI and 17 PSI (for rear and front) and I will fill it up to 35PSI and 25PSI respectively. After some 20-25 days or even a month ride, I have checked that it is saying close to 27-28 for rear and some 15-17 for the front. All I am doing in the hot tyre. This makes me little confused. Why it is showing less PSI in hot tyre.?
Thanks in advance friends...