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Last time I've posted the Laguna Seca lap

I Forgot to share with you this pic I took there telling the max G lateral
1. 24 G. I think this is very good for a car not built for road course.

So far I have updated the car with
1. Air intake
2. Front STRUT brace
3. Bigger tires (275) but ATTURO 850

Next week I'll put on :
1. Carbotech pads
2. Nitto NS05 275.30 R20
3. Lower spring H&R
4. Maybe new dedicated road course wheel? (10. 5 rear 9.5 front Factory reproduction)? Still looking to know if it fits in the back..

Next Sunday I'll go to Thunderhill for the first time. I'll keep you posted :)

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Last time I've posted the Laguna Seca lap

I Forgot to share with you this pic I took there telling the max G lateral
1. 24 G. I think this is very good for a car not built for road course.

So far I have updated the car with
1. Air intake
2. Front STRUT brace
3. Bigger tires (275) but ATTURO 850

Next week I'll put on :
1. Carbotech pads
2. Nitto NS05 275.30 R20
3. Lower spring H&R
4. Maybe new dedicated road course wheel? (10. 5 rear 9.5 front Factory reproduction)? Still looking to know if it fits in the back..

Next Sunday I'll go to Thunderhill for the first time. I'll keep you posted :)

Fly


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Sweeeet!!!!
 

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Last time I've posted the Laguna Seca lap

I Forgot to share with you this pic I took there telling the max G lateral
1. 24 G. I think this is very good for a car not built for road course.

So far I have updated the car with
1. Air intake
2. Front STRUT brace
3. Bigger tires (275) but ATTURO 850

Next week I'll put on :
1. Carbotech pads
2. Nitto NS05 275.30 R20
3. Lower spring H&R
4. Maybe new dedicated road course wheel? (10. 5 rear 9.5 front Factory reproduction)? Still looking to know if it fits in the back..

Next Sunday I'll go to Thunderhill for the first time. I'll keep you posted :)

Fly


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https://tires.tirerack.com/search?p=Q&srid=S1-1SEAP&lbc=tirerack&ts=custom&w=305 30 19&uid=740107189&method=and&af=cat:tires type:all&isort=score&view=list&sli_jump=1&srt=15

Just looking at 305/30/19 as I was reading this pretty good amount of options,prices seem fair. Camaros use this size. 11" inch rim recommended.
 

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I pulled put another 1. 24G at Thunderhill.
At this point 2 options.
1. 24G is the max G of the Car
Or
1. 24 G is the max G that the sensors get

Nitto Ns05 are good. But Honestly I was expecting little more. Btw changing the tires have shown me I rubbed with 275 on the back (I did Laguna seca Though with the previous set of 275) . i m worry if I go 305 on the rear I will need more plastic adjustments around the tires.

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I want to say that I have seen another user show pics of it higher. I'm about to start taking mine to the track and will be excited to see how well she does. Ironically my stopping g is 1.01 and it hit it with stock tires/pads with mopar perf stage 1 springs.

How did the Aturos do at the track? I recently installed the 275/40 Atturo 850's and they are great on the street. They seem to grip a lot better than the stock goodyears but the cornering doesn't feel as solid.
 

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https://youtu.be/TE-58TFO2pc


Hi this is me with atturo :)
I like them honestly.
Pull out 1. 24g(i think is the max reachable with the standard instruments.

I encourage you to use a strut brace. Very nice increasing in stability. Also, brakes. To stop 4400 pounds you need..power :)
I love to find others challengers going around on road course.
Regards,
Fly

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