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- Nov 9, 2017
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- Reno, NV
- 2017 CTR, 2014 911 4S, 2019 Range Rover, 2018 F-JuanFitty
I don’t drag race either just track day events. You will feel only improvement under braking. Remove guide pins for some extra negative front camber or get hard race lower ball joints and really get some negative camber. Rear obviously a camber kitTh
The issue I was referring to is the gap between the outside edge of the rotor and the inside edge of the wheel. If there is limited space there, there will be limited air flow and decreased rotor cooling. Just don't know if that is significant going from a 20" wheel to an 18" wheel.
As for the tires, with 18s I would likely be using either Nitto NT01s, Yokohama A052s or possibly Bridgestone RE71Rs, all of which are much stickier than the tires mentioned here. I would have thought that might lead to more torque steer but not really sure.
In many ways, I am more concerned about the braking stability as I don't drag race the car
used a 265 RS-RR then a 255 RE71 (class rules) and now a 275 RS-RR the a052 is definitely next.