What did you do to your GT350 today?

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Drove it through the mountains and to the beach

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Where to? North of SF towards Fort Bragg? I think i need to make that trip again and through the Ave Of The Giants.

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Where to? North of SF towards Fort Bragg? I think i need to make that trip again and through the Ave Of The Giants.
I went down to Alice’s on Skyline Blvd then CA-84 down to San Gregorio Beach and back up US-1. Ave of the Giants is awesome. I’d make a trip for that drive.

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Not sure on HP/TQ, but can tell you there is a big difference in throttle response. Just feels better and I am happy with the purchase/install. My car is tuned with a CAI by Lund, and I will get a revision done soon. Was not required, but I figured with more air flow a revision cannot hurt.

Probably didn't give you the info you were looking for, but just my $.02
I figured better throttle response, but the car has already good throttle, might be cool to get this product, i'd have it dyno'd before and after though to really see any HP gains, such a cheap ugrade in my opinion. Wonder if this voids my warranty though.......
 

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After purchasing a new helmet this year the only thing that made sense was to actually go and use the thing and that led me back to the SCCA and their new CAM-C class designed for modern ponycars to compete against one another on 200TW tires. My Michelin PS4S setup works great on the street and looks great on the car, but after consistently finishing around 2 seconds behind the local class leader it was time to step up my tire game.

Ended up with a set of 19x11 Apex wheels in a square/rotatable configuration with a set of 305/30-19 Kumho V730's mounted to them. In order to mount these up front I run a 25MM spacer from Apex as well with a set of Dorman wheel studs from an F350 dually for the time being since ARP wheel studs are on indefinite backorder apparently. Looking to give this all a good test in the next few weeks at our August autocross. The new setup is more narrow than my staggered 305/325 street tires, but should give me better rotation in the corners and will also allow me to rotate the tires for more even wear between events. The wheels also happen to match my car's pinstripes almost perfectly and I'm looking forward to getting it down on the ground and getting a glimpse of the car wearing something other than black wheels for the first time in it's life.


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Really like the way these turned out, although the 19x11 rotatable square setup from Apex does look like I could fit even more than the 25mm front spacer I have on the car. I am still on factory camber plates and further front camber would tip the top of the tire in further.

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