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Yes, it will decrease. Or it will increase – one of the two results, I can guarantee it.

Haha all kidding aside, it depends on a few other factors like your average tyre temperature per lap (which is not easy to gauge from the MFD menu alone, unfortunately) and your suspension geometry setup, mostly. Your driving style also plays a role.

However since you're running such low pressures, there's no harm to try to increase it one click on the Front Right and Rear Left tyres and two on the Rear Right tyre, just for testing. 

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25 minutes ago, marioho said:

Yes, it will decrease. Or it will increase – one of the two results, I can guarantee it.

Haha all kidding aside, it depends on a few other factors like your average tyre temperature per lap (which is not easy to gauge from the MFD menu alone, unfortunately) and your suspension geometry setup, mostly. Your driving style also plays a role.

However since you're running such low pressures, there's no harm to try to increase it one click on the Front Right and Rear Left tyres and two on the Rear Right tyre, just for testing. 

tire wear test, how long and hard...

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