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When I picked up my 2013 Camaro the dealer had all the tires set at a psi of 45.
Seems kinda hi?
Maybe the recommended 36psi Standard is only for stock "18 tires?
What should I set the pressure on the tires?
 

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45 psi is definitely not correct. If your car was built as an RS (as indicated) then 36 psi is the correct recommendation for the 20" RS wheels/tires that came on it. My LT came with 19" wheels/tires so the door sticker reads 35 psi but I upgraded to to the RS wheels so I keep the tires at the recommended 36 psi.
 

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I run mine a little over 40PSI for winter storage, but 45PSI for driving????

WAY too high. 36 is correct. 45 will screw up your handling and ride like it's got rocks for suspension.
 

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When I picked up my 2013 Camaro the dealer had all the tires set at a psi of 45.
Seems kinda hi?
Maybe the recommended 36psi Standard is only for stock "18 tires?
What should I set the pressure on the tires?
Rob Bulk,

Your dealership mess up big time! That high of a tire pressure will make you feel your riding on rocks.

I keep mine set at 37 PSI myself and check monthly.

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