Although few manufacturers actually spec pressures this way, running 3-4
psi more in the front than in the rear is best with front-drive cars,
since the front tires carry the bulk of the weight. It will also tend to
balance the handling by reducing understeer. IIRC, I ran the tires on my
Excel at 34/30 front/rear.
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