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Well today a managed to roll to the track and run 4 test runs for the new solid rear set-up in my car... Track conditions weren't very good...
Here's a run down on my new time-slip...
New....................Old
60ft 1.975............1.837
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1/8 8.095.............7.968
kph 144.67...........141.26
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1/4 12.447............12.430
kph 179.30............176.46

As a note on the speed I was limiting in 4th about 20-50m before the finish and just held it instead of shifting.. Main reason being I had to adjust my brake bias'd with the rear set-up and I was on single pass's and not racing..
 

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non vtec said:
New....................Old
60ft 1.975............1.837
.
1/8 8.095.............7.968
kph 144.67...........141.26
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1/4 12.447............12.430
kph 179.30............176.46

As a note on the speed I was limiting in 4th about 20-50m before the finish and just held it instead of shifting.. Main reason being I had to adjust my brake bias'd with the rear set-up and I was on single pass's and not racing..
So you got slower time wise, but at a faster speed?
 

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I went slightly faster, but hey everyone racing was at least 0.5's off there normal times... Plus running a new set-up I didnt want to push to hard.. I could of changed into 5th and dropped more time and gained more speed but it didnt seem like much point...
I will be running the car again on the 10 of October for a full days testing and tuning suspension hopefully I'll get close to an 11 then..
But on the 24th of October I get to run on a fully prepared track, as a local guy is trying for the 4wd-4cyl record, which honestly I think he will get...
You also have to understand that I'm the 3rd FWD non turbo to run sub 13's in New Zealand.....
 
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