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Old 08-16-2014, 02:10 PM   #1
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AX vid

Took FTD last weekend at a regional PCA autocross. Here's the vid:

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Turn up the volume!!

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For me it just showed a picture of a cone with no video. Could you check the link? I really want to see it ��
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Old 08-16-2014, 05:44 PM   #3
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Hmmmm...
Try this :
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Old 08-16-2014, 05:46 PM   #4
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Funny, the text of the link changes when I create the post. Maybe try copying the link and opening it in a new window. Hate to say it, but the link works for me..
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Very tidy run. Hard to beat a mid-engine car.

Congrats on the FTD.

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Old 08-17-2014, 01:05 PM   #6
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Congrat's on FTD. Looks like a pretty clean run and I'd say that you're very good at getting the car rotated so you can get back to the throttle as soon as possible. That alone can make a world of difference in AX.

What suspension and tires were you running?
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Old 08-17-2014, 03:18 PM   #7
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Nitto NT01, 245 35 18 front, 275 35 18 rear.
The struts are K-Sports with whatever springs they come with...it's so over sprung that I got rid of the rear sway bar. Front bar is stock. -3.4 degrees camber all the way around, zero toe f&r. Ride height is about 2" lower than stock. Also, it's got a torque biasing diff.
The combo is great. I really have to screw up to get any under steer.
Oh, another big factor is the brakes...Hawk HP plus pads.
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Nitto NT01, 245 35 18 front, 275 35 18 rear.
The struts are K-Sports with whatever springs they come with...it's so over sprung that I got rid of the rear sway bar. Front bar is stock. -3.4 degrees camber all the way around, zero toe f&r. Ride height is about 2" lower than stock. Also, it's got a torque biasing diff.
The combo is great. I really have to screw up to get any under steer.
Oh, another big factor is the brakes...Hawk HP plus pads.
That's a very nice setup. Boxster's need a lot of camber to get the most out of the suspension. Good job!
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I can see it now on my computer; I guess my devices were not compatible with the PB video player. Cool video!

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