Smarti has it right. However, you need to adjust your cold pressure with seasonal changes in temperature. I run 42 psi cold. Forget what it does as the tires warm. Nitrogen is pretty much a scam in car tires. It's used in high performance aircraft to prevent a fire if a tire blows. The Concorde's tires were filled with nitrogen. I currently am running General Altimax RT-43's and they lose literally no pressure. Some tires lose more, some less, through the rubber. I don't depend on the DIC for setting pressure. My favorite gauge now is a CyclePump inline analog gauge. (www.cyclepump.com). You attach it to the valve stem, then fill thru a fitting on the gauge. There's also a buttom to release air. Very convenient as you can observe the pressure while filling. I won it at a motorcycle rally.