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Old 06-25-2019, 01:50 PM
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Some TCS guys might be able to chime in I gots no info on this one sorry lol.
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I have heard anywhere from 3.5 down to 2.8-2.9 FDR for sedan and that was indoor carpet.
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Holy 2.8-2.9 sounds wild... I would start it higher for sure
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Originally Posted by DaSilva3525 View Post
Holy 2.8-2.9 sounds wild... I would start it higher for sure
yeah , if not somebody better keep their eye on the temp

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We ran these in our local on road series. Put a few of them on the dyno and they were all over the place (13.5). Consistent they are not.
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yeah , if not somebody better keep their eye on the temp
That’s exactly what I thought...I started around 3.8 and slowly worked down. I think I was around 3.4 and thought I was geared huge. The car handled really well but I was missing about .3 a lap....afterwards I found out where people were gearing and bingo, .3 a lap.

Make sure the car doesn’t bind up in the corner...lots of corner speed and run a fan. The top drivers running those big gears were dropping a tenth or so towards the end but the gap they built in the first 3/4 of the race put them out front with enough gap to maintain.
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