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post #49 of (permalink) Old 04-16-2014, 09:27 PM Thread Starter
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Spent the day trying to break the car... no luck! lol

Mad Max is starting to feel like a respectable race car again...

Aero balance is making sense now! The car has grip for days even on overly cycled rubber from last season! Suspension is coming together-- albeit a few more pieces to that part of the equation.

The wind gusts were beyond terrible today. Driving straight into a head wind of 40mph going down the front straight

But all in all, a great day of sorting things out and me trying to learn to drive again since I've only negotiated the esses 1 time since 2012!

Car ran like a top with the only "Work" to do was taping off the air opening so she would come up to temp. Was only 68 today. Most of our events are in the 100+ range where this wont be an issue...

Nearly done integrating flat shift to the stock ECU, but ran short on time so still doing it the "slow" way. lol...

Few pics and a quick vid...

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Phil: NASA 2012 and 2014 TT1 Central Champion, 2005 GG Elige, Rev400, 485+whp REV X

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