Ran the car on Tuesday night after Sunday’s race when I ran the FF’07 DB12R not ready
This was done after the carpet had aired for 2 days and was the same layout.
Only had two runs using same motor (unskimmed) & tyre type and,
Single lap faster by 1.17s
Average lap down by 1.057s
Unbelievable the way the car corners with speed.
Only place I seemed to struggle was in the switch backs (left/right/left) were the car was to responsive. Maybe addy & or servo KO949. (Usually run a Sanwa 141)
Tried the olive spring to gain a bit more rear end.
Car seemed to be skipping a lot under power on the rear.
Body: Hot Bodies Ferrari (used as I like it and didn’t have a Parma ready)
Tire Compounds: BRM Purple/Grey = f 44mm r52mm
CS High Grip Tyre Additive : Full front & Rear (like to do full front to help keep tyre wear even)
Reactive Caster: 10* Block
Camber: set to run foams square
Ride Height: 3.5mm
Front Track: no shims on axles
Front Spring: .020”
Front Preload/Droop: No Preload/very little
King Pin Damping: none (don’t like to do it)
Servo Mounting: Angled
Shock Length/Pod Droop: 2.6” (66mm)/.060 (1.5mm)
Shock Angle: Med IRS ball stud on AE Ant-Shock mount
Shock Spring: AE gold / AE Olive
Shock Oil: 35wt
Side Damper Oil: 100wt shock oil (no heavier oils)
Flex Plates: .070”
Flex plate preload screws: Not installed
Rear Body Mounts: To the rear
Rear Track: 172mm
Jason's been back to me and I need to try thicker lube in damper tubes. Going to use corally medium damper fluid as suggested by Jason.
top heat = drivers best heat that made the A final & won the event
DB12R = 2nd run with car
heat 4 = best run with FF'07