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High pressing factor tires additionally alluded to as "primos", "cherries on top", and "court tires". are smaller than the regular pneumatic tire. The track design is negligible and not as profound as an ordinary pneumatic. While the Shrader type air valve is the most normally utilized valve in the United States, some of the high pressing factor tires utilize the Presta valve which began in Europe. A converter is required so they can be filled from an ordinary siphon with a Shrader type fitting. High pressing factor tires require more prominent swelling, 90 - 110+psi rather than 65psi for the regular tire. A large number of the makers foresee these tires being utilized with expanded wheel camber and have planned the track to be askew in order to keep in touch.