I pretty much call Ground-Control for the Eibach Springs if I need them.dka1 said:My next step is to get rid of my sway bars and use stiffer spring rates as Steve recommended. What shops carry the springs I'll need and are easy to deal with?
Awesome. Im really thinking about stepping up to full racing slicks. How often do you replace them in a season? I have about 11 races here in Hawaii per season.XHead said:
I'm going to have to tinker with pedal positions some to make heel-toeing easier. The brake pedal is too high, or the accelerator is too low.XHead said:Hey! That's great news! Glad the car is out and making runs.
Shifting ain't hard. Just takes some practice.
Yep. Mine was just like yours. I installed the T3 RCAs in my CSP car prior to this past sundays race and it helped out A LOT. But I also found that without correcting my tierod location issue, it is just a band aid on the problem for now. I also tried upping my rear spring rates to 450lb/in and it really helped out rotation in tight transitions. Then again, my car is uber heavy due to CSP rules but i still beat a Skyline GT-R.mtbmr2 said:More pics: http://bcorn.smugmug.com/gallery/7826185_UzUm4#507019008_HXwN6
I'm fairly certain my roll centers are off/too low. I have the T3 RCA's in my hands.