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#1 Post by hpatel » Tue Oct 22, 2019 7:30 am

Thanks to Dave Dunwoodie for the nice smooth course for the Kill A Cone event with LPR. Great weather, great barbeque, great cause - what more can one ask for?

sharing video of one of my fast runs here - https://1drv.ms/v/s!AvpsCl-IH8Bth9B_I2w ... w?e=kZUGvO. As you can see, I was trying hard and overdriving a bit in the process. Loved the LAUNCH CONTROL!

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Re: LPR AX#8

#2 Post by grant » Tue Oct 22, 2019 12:26 pm

Agree fun and challenging course! Great run! I had fun watching your car on runs while I worked station 1. And yeah launch control and even AWD would have been great thing to have for that drag race start.

Funny my car either had boost leak or tune issue as I lost about 100 horsepower week prior and didnt have time to diagnose the issue before weekend. Had no to little low end boost. Funny because forced me to drive 911 more like momentum car. So I changed style and charged corners - so rather than have turn exit oversteer I had to deal with turn entry over steer by coming in too hot! Kept me very busy! Learned more about the car with less power. I cant wait until I get big fat A7s on this beast for next season!
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Re: LPR AX#8

#3 Post by mikey » Thu Oct 31, 2019 11:44 am

Sorry I missed the event. Pops was really sick so I was busy.
There is another racecar in my future

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Re: LPR AX#8

#4 Post by Nevels » Fri Nov 08, 2019 4:41 am

Any similar events to this one anytime soon btw?

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