Originally Posted by wwjd15
It's faster for sure. If NA is faster than SC'ed, I would say that might be something going on.
It's my very first time to set up the car after SC'ed, I can see the car doing 1:52 after some minor suspension and aero tuning. I don't think any street legal NA M3 can do under 1:55 at Button.
SC'ed M3's are faster in general, but stop and go type of track layout will be benefit the most such as Laguna Seca, SOW, etc. Of course, anytime when we move from NA car to FI, we wouldn't expect they set up in the same way. That's why you might see some SC'ed M3's doing similar lap time to the NA.
awesome thanks for the input