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Old 11-21-2017, 08:48 PM
Grant Galloway Grant Galloway is offline
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Re: Build Plans for 2018

I got a smoking deal on my GT250 for $1500 brand new...

I know some people who know some people... : )
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Old 11-22-2017, 06:13 PM
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Re: Build Plans for 2018

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http://shop.aprperformance.com/index...product_id=183

Brad, see the link above. Not cheap, but made for your car.

Gary
Thanks Gary, if I'm going to spend on it I might as well do a chassis mount wing.
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Old 11-23-2017, 05:50 PM
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Maybe come to an event.

Is there a proposed schedule yet?
Yeah me too,maybe I'll even make the min number of events.

Gotta do the weight and dyno deal in the spring.Not going to waste brain power trying to fit the car in a class.Yes thats weird for me too.
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Old 12-04-2017, 12:20 AM
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Re: Build Plans for 2018

Nice list of mods you guys have there
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Old 12-04-2017, 11:21 PM
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I've heard mixed reviews on the DTC pads. Some people like them, some people hate them. G-Loc pads are effectively the Carbotech compound and I found them long lasting and somewhat less aggressive on rotors BUT the caveat is that their cold bite is not good and they are considerably hard to modulate.

I currently run Project Mu Club Racer RC09 compound and love them. Your car would also do well with them.

As for RS4s vs RE71Rs, Tire Rack recently did a review and found that in the dry, the RS4s are damn near comparable to the 71Rs in terms of overall cornering grip. On the downside, they are not as good in the wet. However, the RS4s will outlast the RE71Rs any day of the week. I personally used a fresh set of RS4s at the beginning of the 2017 season and still have about 35% left after doing a full OTA season plus 10 other track days.

Bang for buck, RS4s are fantastic and for your car, it will do well. Bear in mind, if the day is already hot and your driving induces very high peak temperatures, the RE71Rs will die off quickly that day (and overall). RS4s will take much more heat and I haven't had them die on me ... yet.
I love the DTC-60 Pads, they have a great initial bite and a predictable and easily to modulate. You get excellent stopping power and can drive these on the street with a little care. They warm up quickly and stay consistent.
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