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    If mine ever comes in ill have a sonic gray type r!
     
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    #123 bouford, Jan 12, 2019
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    :thumbsup: with 5 races left in 2019 to complete the season, i have won 5 of the 7 events in 2018 with 2 losses of less than 0.25 secs.
    overall, i am happy with how the car is set up including my raw & pax times. MY18 is quite capable minus the mediocre driver :D

    current settings are below:
    alignment: -1.7 camber and 0 toe square, max front caster
    karcepts rsb: 3rd hole both sides
    suspension: oem in R+ mode
    traction control: off (10 sec hold)
    wheels/tires: nsx y's with 255/35 RE71Rs
    tire pressures: 33/31 psi hot
     
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    Is there big difference between R+ and TC off (10 second hold) vs. the pedal dance and the car defaulting back to sport mode?
     
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    Well i picked up a white one this weekend! Couldnt wait! even though i probably should have.... car is in for warranty work with 180 miles lol.
     
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    Mike what could you have done to it in 180 miles! But congrats, glad to see you onboard!
     
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    apparently the 10 sec hold does not completely disable the VSA, however i have not experienced VSA during any of my runs yet.
     
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    I think its pretty off with the 10sec hold, the car will do pretty big slides without much intervention...

    SI doesn't actually have an off mode so they definitely need to pedal dance...
     
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    #129 bouford, Jan 14, 2019 at 8:06 PM
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    my friend in big island got his to kick in the rain, not sure if that made difference but he didn't go off course so :D
     
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    I think even in Porsches will have their ESC come back on in Oh-shit situations. How can it tell I have no idea...lol
     
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    Lol I drove in a snow storm for 2 hours going 30mp... not exactly sure! :p
     
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    Has anybody tried the Nexens on the car yet?

    D Street sure looks like it's gonna be a lot of fun next year.
     
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    locally, no but their 275/35/19 may not be the right choice on a 8.5J DS wheel.
     
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    Do you say that because the nexen is regarded as having a relatively soft sidewall? Most of the complaints about that seem to have come from owners of camber challenged strut cars.
     
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    Not on this car but I can tell you Nexans are about .6 slower than the RE71R.

    Thats comparing a FS M3 to a FS Camaro
     
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