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Old 28 September 2013, 16:14   #21
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well i for one reckon it should work - aircraft and racecar tyres are filled with it so as to avoid problems with expansion and contraction and it must work for them.
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Old 29 September 2013, 01:56   #22
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err think I will pass on this,

no point or gains by looks of things
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well i for one reckon it should work - aircraft and racecar tyres are filled with it so as to avoid problems with expansion and contraction and it must work for them.
The tyresget a lot hotter than the 0 - 30C variation you might get in a RIB.
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yes but not a lot of it! Air is according to my 1980-something O level notes circa 79% nitrogen, 19% oxygen & bits of other stuff inc. some CO2.
78% N2, 20.9% O2, and only 1.1% other stuff, primarily argon. I don't think water figures into air composition as its relative quantity is based on ambient conditions (i.e. temperature, high desert, near a river, seaside, etc.)

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