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Track: Harris Hill Road CW
Location: San Marcos, Texas
Best Lap Time: 1:26.76
Weather: 90 degrees, sunny

Car: 1990 Honda Civic
Aero: Custom front splitter/airdam, APR GTC-200 wing
Engine: B16 swap and turbo - 305hp
Brakes: Wilwood 11.75" with Hawk DTC60 front, Stoptech performance rear, SS lines, RBF 600 fluid
Suspension: Tired Tein SS coilovers, ST Rear sway bar, a mix of ES urathane and PCI spherical bushings.
Wheels & Tires: 15x9 with 245/40/15 Front / 15x7 205/50/15 Rear Maxxis RC1

New PB for me.
 
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Nice driving, that car has some scoot! When I use a phone lap timer it seems to have a lower time posted just before I cross S/F and then it goes up by a second or so. I am using a 10HZ external GPS to try and get as accurate a time as possible. With the 1HZ phone GPS, I have seen my laps times show over a second faster on the phone than my TraqDash. 

On your video I noticed the opposite, it shows 127.6 just before S/F then drops back by a second. Very curious. Either time is blistering compared to the 130's in my NC Miata.

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On 6/29/2019 at 2:42 PM, skillman11 said:

Nice driving, that car has some scoot! When I use a phone lap timer it seems to have a lower time posted just before I cross S/F and then it goes up by a second or so. I am using a 10HZ external GPS to try and get as accurate a time as possible. With the 1HZ phone GPS, I have seen my laps times show over a second faster on the phone than my TraqDash. 

On your video I noticed the opposite, it shows 127.6 just before S/F then drops back by a second. Very curious. Either time is blistering compared to the 130's in my NC Miata.

Thanks! That is strange and not something I'd never noticed before. It does appear the timer starts at the same location that it shows in your screen shot above, it just continues to run for a second before the next laps starts. I still plan to get a 10hz in the near future, it's just one more thing to deal with while at the track. For now the internal phone gps is good enough till I really want to start dialing in specific corners and segments.

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July 26 2019

Direction: CW

Best lap time: 1:29.536 (previous 1:30.945 with stock suspension and tires)

Weather: Sunny mid 90’s

 

Car: 2008 Nissan Nismo 350Z

Engine: VQ35HR stock w High flow cats no tune

Suspension: HKS hipermax IV GT coilovers

Brakes: OEM Brembos w Pagid RS29’s

Wheels/Tires: Stock wheels w Hankook RS4s on their 6th trackday

Telemetry: AIM Solo 2 DL

Video starts at lap 2, best lap 3. Sorry for the wipers ??‍♂️

 
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I guess for now I hold the very unofficial TT5 lap record with a 1:27.7 (it says 9 but i braked before S/F)

Matts TT5 ND miata with RS-4s probably 200 lbs overweight given these tires. 

 

 

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We braved the coronavirus and the bumps to get one last day in at Harris Hill before the repave.  Needed to make sure that the car was running well after some changes we made.  For reference the car is just under the ST3 threshold - we would have to add a little bit of weight to get it into the ST3 as we are at about 9.7:1 right now.

2009 BMW M3, full race build, 371 peak whp (346 average), 3370 lbs

I'm sure the car has more in it but I was at my physical abuse limit - and likely my talent limit as well.

 

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12 October 2020

1:35.49 - GPS timer in Track Addict

SCCA TNIA - Novice Group

Mazda MX-5 RF (Retractable Fastback) GT (Grand Touring)

 

  • MazdaSpeed Front Strut Tower Brace
  • MazdaSpeed Lower Arm Bar
  • MazdaSpeed Tunnel Under Bars
  • Progress Technologies Front and Rear Sway Bars
  • RoadsterSport Miata Rear Shock Tower Brace
  • RoadsterSport SuperStreet Twin Tip Exhaust
  • Konig Dekagram 17x8 4x100 ET45 Matte Black Wheels
  • Falken Azenis RT660 SL Tires
    • 235/40ZR-17

https://youtu.be/Iuh-UgFJC9c

 

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14 hours ago, kfennell said:

Dang you have set the bar high! Be there on the 22nd ? 

 

What is your Cresson time on similar tires?

I have only run the car at MSRC once. The tires were so done I would hesitate to say they were similar. Car was very slippery as you can see. 

https://www.facebook.com/832853600062489/videos/714091219434898

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On 11/5/2020 at 8:44 PM, eflove said:

Driving needs to be cleaned up to get into the 14's but a handful of 1:15's were safely had. Track limits can be exceeded quickly when running 10/10ths with this car.

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Oh Ok! I haven’t done CCW with the new pavement but I am guessing I would just need to find like... let’s see...? 1, 2, 6... 13 seconds?!?. Man that was on another level of fast. ?? Like someone activated the FTL drive.

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Track: Harris Hill Road CW
Location: San Marcos, Texas
Best Lap Time: 1:24.53
Weather: 80 degrees, sunny

Car: 1990 Honda Civic
Aero: Custom front splitter/airdam, APR GTC-200 wing
Engine: B16 swap and turbo - 300hp
Brakes: Wilwood 11.75" with Hawk DTC60 front, Stoptech performance rear, SS lines, RBF 600 fluid
Suspension: Redshift Motorsports Custom 2 way coilovers, ST Rear sway bar, a mix of ES urathane and PCI spherical bushings.
Wheels & Tires: 15x9 with 245/40/15 Front / 15x9 225/50/15 Rear Maxxis RC1 (3 year old tires)

New PB on the fresh pavement

 

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^^^ Saw you out there Wednesday, you were movin'.

As for me...

Track: Harris Hill Road CW
Location: San Marcos, Texas
Lap Time: 1:33.637
Weather: 80 degrees, sunny
 
Car: 2004 Volkswagen Golf R32
Engine: GIAC 93 tune, custom exhaust
Drivetrain: Peloquin LSD (front), HPA "Orange" Haldex controller
Brakes: Hawk HPS 5.0 F/R pads, SS lines, RBF 600
Suspension: KW V3s at near stock ride height, H&R bars 25mm F/ 21mm R, upgraded F&R control arms
Wheels & Tires: 17x9 Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2, 255/40 Hankook RS4s
 
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Finally got a little shake down run with the Type R. First time on track with this car and first time at Harris Hill.
Came from Miatas and Subarus so the FWD thing is a little change. I left so much time on the track just trying to learn the lines. This car definitely has low 1:20's in it as it sits.
 
Best Lap Time: 1:28:139
Weather: Sunny and 80

Car: 2018 Honda Civic Type R
Aero: OEM
Engine: OEM
Brakes: OEM
Suspension: K Tuned springs with camber goodies -2.5 F/-2 R 
Wheels & Tires: VOLK CE28SL CRII 18x9.5 +38 with fresh Advan A052

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1st time at H2R. It was a SCCA TNiA November 11, 2020 event. First time on a track in 2 years. I welcome tips.

Direction: CW

Best lap time: 1:38.02

Weather: Sunny mid 70’s

 

Car: 2005 BMW M3 Competition Package (ZCP)

Engine: Stock 3.2L 333hp, 262 lb-ft

Suspension: Stock

Brakes: Stock, Hawk HP+ pads

Wheels/Tires: Apex Arc-8 18x9.5 et 35 w/10mm rear spacers, 2013 Bridgestone S04 265/35R18 with three weekends. 

Telemetry: Harry's Timer/ Iphone 8.

E46 M3 ZCP H2R

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Honestly, your line doesn't look too bad.  I think some fresh 200tw tires would find you a LOT of time.  Your entry speeds are very low but it sounds like that's all the grip you have.  That car has high 20s in it I bet. 

 

However, running those down to the wear bars and trying to best that 1:38 will only make you a better driver.  I'm always a fan of not just throwing grip at a car. 

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On 12/16/2020 at 10:56 AM, Mexglx said:

1st time at H2R. It was a SCCA TNiA November 11, 2020 event. First time on a track in 2 years. I welcome tips.

Overall your lines look good. There are only a couple spots I'd try something a little different. 

On the pit straight try tracking out all the way to the right before turning into t1, don't track out so far on exit and get closer to the yellow pit exit line on the left before turning in. From there start your turn in to t2 earlier. You scrubbed a bit too much speed going in deeper then cutting to make the t2 apex. There is a lot of room to track out that you aren't fully using so you should be able to get on power sooner. It should mean you carry more speed through turn 2/3 and the back straight.

Then on T10 go deeper into the braking zone before turning in. It looks like you are braking in an arc from T9 exit. I try to track out of t9 just enough to point the car straight and get on the brakes heavy in a straight line before trailing off as you turn in. My straight braking zone there is never parallel to the track surface.  You want to have a later apex there so you carry more speed through the pit straight.

 

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On 12/16/2020 at 10:56 AM, Mexglx said:

1st time at H2R. It was a SCCA TNiA November 11, 2020 event. First time on a track in 2 years. I welcome tips.

 

Not sure if you plan to get back out there, but you're giving up a ton of time in 6, and after the Dam Turn. Your speed is topping out well before the entry to 6, when you should be carrying throttle to the track out point. You're also not gaining any significant speed after the Dam turn, where you should be carrying full throttle all the way to the braking zone for 10. There's a little speed to be had in Turn 1 as well, but that needs to be approached with caution. You're running the correct line through 1, but not maximizing grip (carrying enough speed). Try tightening your line through 1 on the exit, and gradually carry more speed, until you actually need to use all the pavement.

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Been doing some testing lately out at H2R - been sorting through some tune issues and trying to dial in the suspension.  Managed a PB yesterday at 1:17.93.  The car is in Trans Am's GT class / SCCA T1 trim but still a bit on the hefty side.  Would be slotting in right under the NASA ST3 ratio for reference.  On Pirelli DH's that are on the back half of their life cycle but still have a bit of grip left.  Clear day, 70* F.  

 

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2008 NC miata. 2.5L swap with cams and ITBs. About 200whp. Almost done 255 yokos, bilsteins coils, alignment. Stock everything else (including brake pads…which was fun). 

1:27.32 yesterday, clockwise. aim solo for timing. More time in it once I can take advantage of the grip under braking. Weather was 70s and cloudy. 
 


 

2007 NC miata stock 2.5L (~155whp) 225 rt660s, coils, sways, exhaust. 

1:29.52 clockwise is my best so far. Car needs cooling mods as it is down on power after a few laps  

 

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