My 85D has the tire pressure listed on the door as 50 psi. I know my S85 had it listed at 45 psi. Both had 19" standard wheels with the Michelin Primacy tires and air suspension. The tires list the maximum pressure as 51 psi. Today I was in for a service appointment to deal with some minor nits and I noticed that the courtesy inspection listed my tire pressures at 45 psi. I sent an email to service after I got home and noticed this asking for clarification. They said they'd double check in the morning but that they use 45 psi with 19" wheels on air suspension per Tesla documentation. I'm curious of a couple of things. 1) What do other owners have as the recommend tire pressure on their door sticker. Particularly interested in recent S85 and P85D deliveries (please mention your manufacture date when posting, note month/year is listed on the sticker in the corner). 2) Anyone else experience this sort of mismatch between what service is saying and the door pressure listed. Service mentioned that they've had other owners point out differences in the listed pressure before from what they were using. Not sure if this pressure change is for D vehicles only or is just an overall change in recommendation.