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Offline Aircon

  • Master Baiter 300kph+ club
  • Who said it couldn't be done?

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  • Name: Peter
It's funny you ask, I came out of turn one at 155MPH and got to turn one at 187.033MPH.

I did have a tail wind of 100MPH though!!!

Lol

Bloody quick cars those 308s
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Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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It's funny you ask, I came out of turn one at 155MPH and got to turn one at 187.033MPH.

I did have a tail wind of 100MPH though!!!

Lucky you had ccb to pull you up, your head probably hit the f40 windscreen.



Offline Aircon

  • Master Baiter 300kph+ club
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  • Name: Peter
Lucky you had ccb to pull you up, your head probably hit the f40 windscreen.

Hey mondi. ...ff is baiting himself!
I love my car. Buy your own



Offline B2

  • Slowest Ferrari Owner

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Lol

Bloody quick cars those 308s

And the speedo was accurate too, I could read to 3 decimal places on an anologue display.



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Hey mondi. ...ff is baiting himself!

Well, it's clearly ok for everyone else to do it, according to precedent, despite rules that say otherwise  :tilt:



Offline Aircon

  • Master Baiter 300kph+ club
  • Who said it couldn't be done?

  • Joined: Mar 2007

  • Drives: Pork
  • Location: Melbourne, Australia
  • Name: Peter
And the speedo was accurate too, I could read to 3 decimal places on an anologue display.

Sharp eyes!
I love my car. Buy your own



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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And the speedo was accurate too, I could read to 3 decimal places on an anologue display.

Don't be ridiculous. A 308 Speedo isn't even accurate when you're standing still!



Offline Brenton

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Hay bitches

This is rim size not rimming!!!!

Take your fantasy loving to your own thread. ...



Offline 993tits

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Brent, 18's are the answer.  Much more choice in r-specs in that size and the r-spec has the sidewall of a slick, in other words, it will be very unforgiving in terms of movement in the sidewall and thus you will get more benefit from the r-spec tyre if you run a lower aspect ratio .  As a general rule it works like this: the Michelin and Pirelli are 1/2 to a full second a lap quicker than anything else on the proviso that you drive the ring off them to keep the heat in. They cool down real quick and they expect you to be an F1 champ on every lap. They are also so expensive they make your eyes bleed.
Toyo 888 are really good all rounder and will stay together for a long time.
As Phil mentioned dunlops are very good but availability is sometimes questionable. Price is fair to high.
Yoko, Hankook and all the rest are much of a muchness and all brands will have their supporters who feel that the tyre they are currently using is the best possible tyre on the market.
We've been mucking about with the Kumho KU36 lately on some track biased subies and evo' and they are nice and progressive and seem to offer the same mechanical grip as the opposition under the same conditions. Priced well too.
I have to now state that we sell all brands but focus on Kumho when possible.
Hope that is of some help,
Grant
Always Gunna



Offline Brenton

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Bingo!!!

Cheers grant that is the info I was after :thumbsup: :thumbsup:



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