Classic 350 Tyre Pressure

The required tyre pressure for Classic 350 front tyre is 20 psi, and for rear tyre is 32 psi. Royal Enfield Classic 350 Bike comes in 7 variant(s) and below you can find the correct tyre pressure that needs to be filled in all 2 tyres. The air pressure for Classic 350 Tyres varies for Loaded and Unloaded vehicle. Popular tyre manufacturers that produces tyres for Royal Enfield Classic 350 are MRF, CEAT and Apollo

Recommended tyre pressure for Royal Enfield Classic 350

Without Load

  • Front

    20 PSI

  • Rear

    30 PSI

With Load

  • Front

    22 PSI

  • Rear

    32 PSI

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Tyre Pressure For Royal Enfield Classic 350

Classic 350 Variant(s) Front Tyre
UnloadedLoaded
Rear Tyre
UnloadedLoaded
Tyre Size
FrontRear
Single Channel ABS STD
20 22
3032
90/90 R19 110/90 R18
Dual Channel ABS (Chrome Black, Stealth Black)
20 22
3032
90/90-19 110/90 R18
Dual Channel ABS (Mercury Silver, Pure Black)
20 22
3032
90/90 R19 110/90 R18
Dual Channel ABS (Classic Black, Pure Black & Mercury Silver)
20 22
3032
90/90 R19 110/90 R18
Dual Channel ABS (Gun Metal Grey, Metallo Silver & Orange Ember)
20 22
3032
90/90 R19 110/90 R18
Dual Channel ABS Gun Metal Grey Spoke
20 22
3032
90/90-19 110/90 R18
Dual Channel ABS Signals Edition
20 22
3032
90/90-19 110/90 R18

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Royal Enfield Classic 350 Tyre Pressure FAQs

The required tyre pressure for Royal Enfield Classic 350 is 20 psi for front tyre and for rear tyre is 32 psi.
Tyre models like CEAT GRIPP, MRF NYLOGRIP ZAPPER and Ralco BLASTER - F fit in Royal Enfield Classic 350 Bikes.
Yes, the air pressure of Royal Enfield Classic 350 varies for loaded and unloaded vehicles.
The correct tyre pressure is important, to increase the life of the tyre, stay safe on the road and to get the best mileage from the vehicle.

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