Very, very slow tire leak
It appears I have a slow leak in my rear tire, very slow. I couldn't find it and neither could the dealer. Is it perhaps a new bike tire bead thing going on here? I hate to have to replace the tire at 1000 miles, and I know the dealership probably won't go to bat for me on this ( though it's obviously some kind of defect). Here's the facts, appreciate the input/how to handle it with the dealership. BTW the bike is equipped with the tire pressure monitor and these pressures mentioned were verified with a hand held gauge. All temperature variations taken into effect (this TPM adjusts for temp, I took my handheld readings on a "cold" tire.
Brand new bike, rode it off the dealers lot, pressure good.
Day 2 and 3, put 200 miles on it, no problems.
Bike sits in the garage on the center stand for 7 days
Go to ride - rear tire at 35 psi (spec'd at 42). No nails, no cuts, no damage.
Add air, do 300 miles that day, no problems.
Still good the next day. Take to dealership for break-in service, they find no leaks.
Today, down to about 37-39 psi. Ride a bit, add some air, keeping any eye on it.
This whole time, by the way, as a kind of "control", the front tire has been 36-37 psi and no variations.
The bike is always on the center stand when in the garage.
Thanks everyone for the input and help. I know I'll probably have to replace it but all y'all go ahead and holla first.