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· FFCobra Fanatic
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Did a bunch of mods all at once, against many peoples advice.

1. SAI
2. VPM front sway bar, set second down from stiff
3. Kumo XS, 255 front 315 rear set at what I thought was 20 pounds air, turned out to be 25 all around.
4. 94 Mustang Cobra rear bar.
5. aligment 1.5 camber, 5 caster

Morning Runs:
1. 90 seconds, clean
2. 86 seconds, clean
3. 86 seconds, clean
4 83 seconds, clean
5 86 seconds, clean

Afternoon Runs:
6. 83 seconds, clean
7. 80 seconds, clean
8 78 seconds, 2 cones
9 78 seconds, clean
10 77 seconds, clean

Exact times may be a little off, going off memory, but you see the improvment that is correct.

Car felt great, no more understeer.
Felt tight and responded fantastic.
It did feel a little loose, but I think that was my driving not turning early enough.

Didn't really feel a huge difference with the SAI and front bar.
Car just seamed to be alot better balanced.

Tires were warmer on the outside vs the inside(cold day).
I may set front bar to full stiff next year.
 

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Wow, a 13 second change over 10 runs is HUGE, heck 2 seconds from first to last run is big! You obviously got more comfortable with each round. Now the big question...what was FTD and in what car?

Cheers,
Jeff
 

· FFCobra Fanatic
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FTD was 66 seconds in a fully prepped GT3 RS porsche on race tires. Fastest FFR of the day was 73 seconds on street tires..
 

· FFCobra Fanatic
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Wow, a 13 second change over 10 runs is HUGE, heck 2 seconds from first to last run is big! You obviously got more comfortable with each round. Now the big question...what was FTD and in what car?

Cheers,
Jeff

2007 porsche GT3RS 66.818

In our class Cobra MD( John S) 73.567
Mine was a 77.422

I do have to say John gave me a ride. I have a long way to go.....
But I can still trash talk. :evil:
 
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