I would put in what they are made to take, this way they will work as they are made to work at development pressure. Maker knows best. also if they are run under pressure they will overheat and likely to pop if driven hard. And its no good for the walls of the tyre
PS Curly you should only fit the tyre size and type that the Bike is made to take as fitting other tyres can infringe your insurance if something goes wrong. In other words they have got a get-out if you have a crash etc
The correct size and tyre pressure for your bike will have been determined by the machine manufacture after having done extensive tests, these recommended pressures and sizes are advised irrespective of brand selected. This information will be provided in the owner manual.
Never guess or estimate tyre pressures, especially on a bike, except in an emergency (re-inflating after a puncture etc.).
As Namtas says, tyre pressures will have been decided upon by the manufacturer after extensive tests and research, including consultation with the tyre manufacturer, and compliance with the Construction & Use Regulations.
Unless you're someone working in a pit like Rossi's you should no more choose your own tyre pressures than you should choose your own viscosity oil.
At the very least it will cause excessive and uneven wear (in the centre if over inflated, on the shoulders if under)