Be very careful with low pressures on the street. If you are experienced and know what you're doing, adjust to your tastes, but DO NOT run low pressures becuase you "think" you need to. This greatly effects handling, obviously more so with the front. My gage on the street has always been if a seam or imperfection pulls the tire one direction or another, I will check my pressure. 9 out of 10 times unless it's a cavernous seam, my pressure was low. I typically go 36 front and 38 rear on the street, and when racing/track day riding I go much lower depending on tire brand and track temp (28 PSI is the lowest I ever went). I started with manufacturer recommended pressures then I adjusted for feel.
Whatever you run, check them often, especially the lower you go. It would be a waste to ride these bikes with crap handling becuase racers run low pressures. By the way, if it was an expansion under temp issue we could fill them with nitrogen to greatly reduce that effect, but we don't. It is a result, but not the sole reason IMHO. At the end of the day, start high and work your way down a PSI or two at a time and then back up, and see what you like. It's your bike.