Not according to Michelin.Here is your key to tire pressures.
If you are using the same brand size and model tire as what came on the bike from the factory, ... then use the OEM recommendations.
If you are using aftermarket tires, ... then use the inflation recommendations printed on the sidewall of the tire.
This will give you the best performance and longest tread life out of that particular tire.
Good Luck, and keep the shiny side up.
"Too much pressure and the contact patch shrinks, the grip is reduced and you can expect a harsh ride. ... Low air pressure causes the contact patch to increase causing unsafe handling, an unstable sidewall and damage to the tire casing. Riding on tires with improper inflation, especially under-inflated, is dangerous and a serious safety issue."