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Old 09-28-2007, 12:53 PM   #1
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Default SETUP HELP FOR T4 WITH STOCK MOTOR AT SO CAL

Have been running touring cars for a while now and am waiting for my TC5. Want to run my T4 at So Cal in Huntington Beach with a stock motor for the first time. I have no tires and the full set of tuning springs.

Any advise on good tires to buy as I have none?

What is a good spring combo and shock oil weight for running a stock motor at So Cal?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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you can run holeshot on socal track. What motor u runing. SOme are different and have higher rpm and or tq.
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i would go with a 15/87 for a monster. Tires would be proline m3 holeshots for the rear and proline m3 edges for the front. Panther switch 2.0 softs work real good there to.
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Right now I run 35wt, 3piston, 5 limiters, and gold springs in the front (try blue as well) and 30wt, 1piston, 1limiter and green springs in the rear.
The setup I had before switching to a more bluegroove-type is the above, but without any limiters. With the limiters in, the rear end feels a bit bouncy down the straight, but performs just as well anywhere else. Dogbones and Front Arms level.



Gearing for a monster would be 15-16/87.

M3 Holeshots and M3 Edges.
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