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Just now, Captain Buddha said:

I just like to poke the Lobstah! It's fun to hear him squeal....

thats not squealing, that's air escaping my carapace 

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5 hours ago, lobster said:

 

wooo!   you scared me, I thought I had been posting in a different thread.  

 

I checked tho.   Yep... this is the lap times thread.   See pic for reference 

 

 

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Guest lobster
1 hour ago, Thundermoose said:

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I saw what was there before. lol 

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It's called Measurebating and just like the wife says the difference between OOOhhh   or AAAhhh is about 1/4"..... I mean 1/4 second.

 

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On 1/26/2020 at 8:52 PM, lobster said:

no data overlay because my aim isn't working.   

Date: 1/25/2020

CCW lap time: 1:36.381

Car: lobstercar

Weight: 3413 impound comp weight. 

WHP: 426 avg NASA WHP

Tires: 315/30/18 Hoosier R7 

 

 

Blazing...good work Lobster. Hoping to get there myself one day. 

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Date: 2-28-20

CW lap time: 1:59.18

Car: 2005 BMW Z4 2.5i

Est weight: ~3100

Est HP: 190

Tires: 225-45/17 MPSS

Temperature: 65°

First time getting under 2:00 yesterday and I had a total of 3 laps under it. I attribute almost all of the increase to finally getting a race bucket seat into the car. Its a pretty incredible difference vs the factory leather seats with almost no bolstering. Not having to fight to hold  yourself in place unsurprisingly makes a big difference on your ability focus and feel what the car is doing 😭

 

 

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Date: 1-25-20

CW lap time: 1:51.7

Car: 03 Spec Miata

Est weight: 2475

Est HP: 126

Tires: 205/15 Toyo RR

 

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Lap time: 1:51.76 CW

Car: 2020 BMW M2

Estimated total vehicle weight with driver: 3800

Estimated wheel horsepower: 400

Tire size and model: 265 Michelin Pilot Super Sport

Estimated ambient temperature: 75 

Notes: Brakes were not 100%, Bone Stock car

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Lap time: 1:50.96 CCW

Car: 2009 Cayman S - 6-speed

Estimated wheel horsepower: 320 at crank. Probably around 275 at the wheels.

Tire size and model: 235 and 265 Ventus RS4

Estimated ambient temperature: 90

Notes: Brakes were not 100%. Brand new suspension set up that hasn't quite been dialed in (MCS 1-way, 600#f and 700#r, Tarret sway bars, -3f and -2.5r camber). 

 

I'm thinking about becoming a member of MSR now that they've lowered the initiation fee. That way i'll really get some time to dial in the car.

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From Sep 12/13

Lap Time: 1:44.9 (CCW)

Car: 2004 BMW M3

WHP: 311

Tire Size and Model: NT01 275/40R17

Estimated Ambient Temp: 90

Notes: At 2900 lbs including fuel and driver. Aero included plywood splitter and rear wing and min angle.

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On 11/10/2020 at 9:17 PM, bigjae1976 said:

From Sep 12/13

Lap Time: 1:44.9 (CCW)

Car: 2004 BMW M3

WHP: 311

Tire Size and Model: NT01 275/40R17

Estimated Ambient Temp: 90

Notes: At 2900 lbs including fuel and driver. Aero included plywood splitter and rear wing and min angle.

DUDE - way to Hustle Jae! That's flying! 

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Lap time: 1:45.8 CW

Car: 2013 Viper

Estimated total vehicle weight with driver: 3600

Estimated wheel horsepower: 580

Tire size and model: 345/295 R888R

Estimated ambient temperature: 80ish

Notes: 7th or 8th time at the track. Worked on hitting heel toe downshifts more consistently. Earlier throttle application and later braking were secondary objectives. Ended up gaining 1.8 seconds since the last time out. Gaining confidence in the car. It's surprisingly friendly under throttle, but unfriendly under braking.

 

 

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