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      08-19-2012, 06:28 PM   #125
Brigadier General

Drives: Jerez Black E90
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: STL

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Did a T&T today and found out something surprising (well, surprising to me). The car seems to like 42psi in the front and 35 in the rear, with the same shock settings it was markedly better behaved and easier to place precisely, with more frontend grip everywhere in the corner. I'm going to start using these pressures in competition and see what happens, but I was ftd at the test and tune! Kindof like being HPDE national champion...

Up to about 50 runs on the tires and so far the rears look like they are about 15 runs from the cords, the fronts will have more if the shoulder doesn't give out. Flipped them at about 23 runs so I'm going to run this shoulder until it cords, it might not even cord at the shoulder, they are finally starting to get a groove of doom on the outer groove, partially because I hotlapped them a few times at the T&T today and so they got too hot to be happy