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Offline flamestone

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What?  So where am I supposed to be looking then?   :confused:



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What?  So where am I supposed to be looking then?   :confused:
:D   ......down at your feet, so you are sure your feet are on the right pedal  :p
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Offline allanuber


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about 250+ in 5th gear at my breaking point on the straight, naturally not looking at speedo when going through turn 1  :eek:  still in 5th gear but I guess 200-210 and reaching 220+ again before turn 2.

Holy frikkin cr@p that's quick! 220-230 down the straight is about it for the 360 (you're hitting the straight much quicker out of the last turn no doubt) - then turn one at about 180 feels very fast.  Any idea how many more k's the slicks give you in big nut-shrinking corners like turn one?
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Offline psw

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Holy frikkin cr@p that's quick! 220-230 down the straight is about it for the 360 (you're hitting the straight much quicker out of the last turn no doubt) - then turn one at about 180 feels very fast.  Any idea how many more k's the slicks give you in big nut-shrinking corners like turn one?
Not slicks but DOT Hoosiers (nearly slicks), about 3-4 secs a lap over standard tyres and 10-20kms on turn 1 I reckon, but more importantly, more feel & confidence as the limits of adhesion are far easier to approach & feel.
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Are Hossiers road legal there? They aren't here.
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Are Hossiers road legal there? They aren't here.

Not really, the DOT is just to enable certain use in track events, same as there I'm sure.
I have them on another set of rims just for track days.
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