Since it's so quite anyway, and I've got nothing to do at work, it's been a while since my last post aswell
I recently started racing after a break since the last indoor race, I found you a far more aggressive setup when racing on tarmac with rubber tires. Indoor one had to sort of compromise the setup in order to gain proper rear grip and stability. That is however not at all the case now.
The only thing I did last time out was adding steering. Using a spool wasn't even worth the bother, I used a one-way all through the practice. I ended up using thicker oil in the rear absorbers, went from AE blue in the front and AE silver in the rear to sch white all-round and I did some other minor changes to the car.
Even though I did all these things the rear end stability remained untouched and my corner speeds increased significantly, it really felt like the car was flying, which also was the case when looking at my laptimes.
Have you guys felt the same, I noticed it's rather unusual to have a one-way installed on an EC car these days, how come? Sure, the car has loads of steering, but not that much imo.
So I must say, I'm feeling rather confident going to the nationals next weekend. Let's just hope my speedo and motor doesn't burn up!