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Need quick advice on initial tire pressue

84 - 944 pushing almost 400HP. The tires are 275/17 Nitto NT-01 ( r compound ). I cameoff the track with my one and only race on these tires with the psi through the roof ( 38 I think ). I cant find my log book of temps, initial and finished PSI.
Racing tomorrow and not sure what I should start with. Not a overly hot day and first session is 8am. Advice? If I recall 30 psi is where I want to end up but for the life of me I cant remember and I had it all written down. Start at what PSI recommendations welcome !

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You may get a better response from thrle autox and racing forum.
But there is a self proclaimed genius expert of all things that will stick his nose in and tell you what to do on occasion.

87 951 all stock exc. cup II's /94 968 6-spd, lowered,17in. RUF Speedlines, M030 anti- sways/ 94 968 Tip, Cup II's, otherwise stock
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