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No but generally speaking, a little overinflated vs. the manufacturer's specs but always under the max cold pressure rating of the tire is good.

A quick way to figure out psi for your loading and driving style AND cornering is to look at the wear marks on the edge of the tread. You could also put some easily removed paint at points around the sidewall-tread boundaries (For example, paint at 12 and 6 o'clock) so that it gets worn off as you drive. Inflate on the high side. This is a basic way of seeing how much cornering load each tire has.
 
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