MT Ecoboost HPP Hot Lap

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I autox mine today, car is really good, much more capable than the driver! Only complaint is I wish it carried more speed in 2nd, but it hit the advertised over 1g of cornering easily.
 

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I autox mine today, car is really good, much more capable than the driver! Only complaint is I wish it carried more speed in 2nd, but it hit the advertised over 1g of cornering easily.
Ditto.
 

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I am curious how this car compares with my setup. With equal drivers that is.
 

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I am curious how this car compares with my setup. With equal drivers that is.
Your car will have more power and stiffer springs. It's hard to know if they've tuned the Magnaride differently. The HPP has better brakes and possibly bigger anti-roll bars (definitely a bigger rear)? The HPP also has the Torsen differential. Overall, I doubt if the two are that much different.

Also, the HPP will have a bigger radiator, but clearly it's not big enough.
 

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Your car will have more power and stiffer springs. It's hard to know if they've tuned the Magnaride differently. The HPP has better brakes and possibly bigger anti-roll bars (definitely a bigger rear)? The HPP also has the Torsen differential. Overall, I doubt if the two are that much different.

Also, the HPP will have a bigger radiator, but clearly it's not big enough.
The hpp has the 6 pistons calipers and gtpp radiator? I have the regular pp so I thought I had the same rad and brakes. I also have the torsen. No doubt the hpp is a better stock setup. Just curious how it would compare to a modded reg pp on the track. Would be a cool matchup
 

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The hpp has the 6 pistons calipers and gtpp radiator? I have the regular pp so I thought I had the same rad and brakes. I also have the torsen. No doubt the hpp is a better stock setup. Just curious how it would compare to a modded reg pp on the track. Would be a cool matchup
Same brakes as you. I didn't realize you had the PP1.
 

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