Originally Posted by silverar
So (~160) is above 160 km/h
(160~) is under 160 km/h
No the other way around. I shouldn't have said "greater than". It would have been more clear if I said the ~ after the 160 (160~) is when your speed would be above
The ~ before the 160 (~160) is for speeds less
Traction wise, lower pressure is more traction. Lower tire pressure increases the tires "footprint" or "contact patch" on the road.