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44 minutes ago, Ryan Schimsk said:
Date: Feb 22, 2020
Car: Dodge Viper ACR
Track: COTA 
Lap time: 2:16.8
Weight with driver: est 3850 (with passenger)
whp est 600
Tires: Michelin scrub
 
Just drove 2 data laps in a friends ACR for him.  Car probably has high 14's with a little more seat time and no passenger. Fun cars, brings back memories ?
 
 

That thing is also bad ass JFC awesome lap

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On 2/23/2020 at 9:55 AM, Guest lobster said:

Seems pretty good to me for that car

...did you seriously have your account deleted just to come back and post as a guest. 

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Edit: Oh that's from February. Reading is hard.

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Track:  CoTA

Date:  12/13/2020 3PM (Edge Addicts event) 

Lap Time:  2:33.9 (AIM SoloDL)

Car:  2009 Porsche Cayman S 

Weight with Driver:  3250 (pre COVID-19.  The driver might weigh a little more these days)

WHP:  ~300

Tires:  new RE-71Rs

It was nice being back to COTA after a 1.5 year absence. I managed to improve my previous PB by 1.2 seconds. I threw away .6 second on this lap when I had to completely lift off the throttle about 75 meters before the start/finish line to let a Porsche GT3 by. It pained me to lift, but I had given him/her a point at the start of the straight and it was my responsibility to let them pass safely. C'est la vie.  Regardless, I'm beginning to think Piglet and I might be able to see a 2:31.x in our future.

 

 

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On 4/28/2021 at 6:40 PM, docphang said:

 

Track: COTA
Date: April 24th, 2021
Lap Time: 2:26.80 (Solo DL)
Car: 2011 E92 M3
Estimated weight with driver: 3200

Estimated whp: 350 WHP
Tires: 285 DH (used scrubs)
Weather: 75 degrees, Sunny

 

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Awesome - glad to see another E92 M3 being properly used out there!  Any more details on the setup?

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On 5/6/2021 at 8:55 PM, docphang said:

Thanks! Akra exhaust, MS intake, MS UDP, BPM tune, HVAC delete, MCS 2-way, H&R sways, Apex 18x10, Used Pirelli 285 DH’s

Awesome build!  3200lbs w/driver is a good place to be for this platform.  

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35 minutes ago, docphang said:

I would like to try fitting 305’s square now that I have the MCS coilovers which doesn’t rub the tires. 

Definitely doable - that is what we run in Pirellis.  Might have to go to a taller spring to clear the perch if haven't already.

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Track:  CoTA

Date:  1/30/2022 Chintrackdays

Lap Time:  2:25.30 Porsche Precision Track App

Car:  2016 Porsche Cayman 981 GT4

Weight with Driver:  32xx lb

WHP:  Stock , never dyno ~325 based on planet 9 forum

Tires:  2nd day Hoosier R7

 

 

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