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  1. SCCA CAM-C Thread

    If coolant temps were in the green then you have nothing to worry about there. Interesting the car gives you cylinder head temps (which is really not a very useful data point), but can't give you coolant temps. Preventative work is great, but don't spend thousands on protection for things that...
  2. SCCA CAM-C Thread

    Don't worry about cylinder head temps. What were your coolant temps? I would also focus more on the trans cooling than the diff cooling at this stage. I've seen even the new Dark Horse and Mach 1 cars overheating the transmissions on track even with their enhanced cooling packages.
  3. Apex Flow Forged wheels

    Very grippy, but the soft sidewall is something you have to get acccustomed to for sure. In autocross we never deal with cold temps as we're literally checking them between every run which can be as little as 30 seconds in some cases. I run them at 34 hot front and 32 hot rear and that's given...
  4. Apex Flow Forged wheels

    This is a 19x11 square setup with the same offset front snd rear utilizing a 25mm spacer. Tires this year are the Yokohama A052 ins 295/35-19 since that's the widest they make.
  5. SCCA CAM-C Thread

    Having run the car all last year without the wing and adding it this year, that's basically my back to back. Along with running the first event at 10 degrees and the second event at 17 degrees. It's not the most scientific, but I don't feel that at the speeds we are seeing that I'm overpowering...
  6. What did you do to your GT350 today?

    Which wheels did you get from MRR? I'm only used to seeing their VIP style wheels on airbagged Lexus sedans.
  7. SCCA CAM-C Thread

    My understeer is primarily a cause of me overdriving the car and not the "massive grip from the rear wing". Oversteer is absolutely possible if I invoke it. I always default to test and verify. Many times "the local nerds" have told me data that turns out to be pure bullshit in actuality. I'm...
  8. What did you do to your GT350 today?

    Carefully. You're seeing it under max compression in that photo though. My street tires actually sit lower than my current race wheel setup, but even then and with the competition splitter it's still pretty decent clearance if you're careful. If you're not that's what the titanium pucks are for...
  9. What did you do to your GT350 today?

    Was a little shocked how low the Steeda springs are with the 305/30-19 square setup. This year I moved to a 295/35-19 setup and the car doesn't scrape nearly as much. I actually run about 1/4" of front spring spacer from Steeda and the nose is still shockingly low. I was considering looking at...
  10. What did you do to your GT350 today?

    The APR is a perfectly acceptable flat sheet splitter. With my focus on autocross I needed a more substantial splitter that could take being bottomed out often and to that end I had to go chassis mounted with set of titanium splitter pucks underneath. The fun thing is that the titanium pucks...
  11. What did you do to your GT350 today?

    Your APR carbon splitter is much less rigid than the 1/2" thick chassis mounted splitter I'm running. I can get about a half degree of deflection out of my setup before it starts compressing the spring. I had to revise my chassis mounts slightly to allow me to set the splitter closer to -2...
  12. What did you do to your GT350 today?

    AJ's rods are great at absorbing compression, the only downside I've found to them is that you can't use them to add angle to your splitter if you're trying to gain more front aero. You can use them to pull angle out, but trying to add it just compresses the spring.
  13. SCCA CAM-C Thread

    Aero doesn't really car about hp unless you're talking about affecting the vehicles attitude which changes the attitude of the aero. That being said lower horsepower cars are more negatively affected by drag so an efficient wing is important.
  14. SCCA CAM-C Thread

    Based on the quality of the MMR carbon dive planes I've seen not sure I'd spend almost double the proce of every other wing out there for that MMR wing.
  15. SCCA CAM-C Thread

    No they use Multimatic's specifically designed aero. I think MMR sells the closest thing you can find to the actual GT4 Aero. https://www.modularmotorsportsracing.com/cart/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=80&products_id=1451
  16. Questioning Gen 2 voodoo reliability

    Not willing to tune on E85 sounds a lot like, I don't have a canned tune for that so not willing to develop one and you're just going to get a 91/93 octane tune that's more or less specific to your car.
  17. Cobalt Filly Track and Autocross Build - A Young Man's Racecar Dream

    FYI, I think this is supposed to be in this sub-forum. https://www.mustang6g.com/forums/forums/members-mustang-journals-projects.99/
  18. SCCA CAM-C Thread

    I can tell you that the large vents do well at radiating heat passively while the car is still, but in all honest I'm sure that a vast majority of it is simply imitation from what Ford did with the S550 GT4 cars.
  19. SCCA CAM-C Thread

    I think AJ tested both in the wind tunnel and that's where Race Louvers got their data. I would need a massive front wicker to account for the fact that the front of my center vent is recessed into the hood. May have to get some scans and 3d model some stuff though.
  20. SCCA CAM-C Thread

    Rave Louvers have been wind tunnel tested to work better. I prefer the look of the Trackspec a d got a deal on a set that had been purchased and never installed so paid less than what just the center vent from Race Louvers would have cost.


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