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Re: 911 T

Posted: Fri Mar 22, 2019 9:09 am
by grant
mikey wrote:Nice looking car. Very cool!!!!!
Edit! According to LPR officials my car is so fast it has now been ranked with GT3 RS and GT2 RS and moved to 3 classes from where it is ranked by PCA National Parade rules. Damn what a bargain! GT2 RS speed for 1/5 the cost.

Car is fast on oem street tires and alignment. Never understeered. Learning to use rear wheel steer is a trip. Took me AM runs to start figuring out car. By afternoon was getting hang of it. Feels much smaller than it is . Also got reminded there is a big lump of aluminum off back of car in slalom. Lol! But once I focus on minimizing entry speed and minimized arch it was fine. Funniest thing is that it isn’t fastest car in world. Still driving it like momentum car. My damn Kia has more punch in low rpms. Power is very predictable so guess that makes it a good AX car.

AX Tire selection for 20 inch wheels sort of sucks I’m going to run 245\295 re71 on stock size wheels. Hoping someone does bigger tires in 20 inch soon.

Re: 911 T

Posted: Tue Mar 26, 2019 11:20 am
by ddunwood
Grant, why did you edit your post yesterday?
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Re: 911 T

Posted: Fri Mar 29, 2019 12:40 pm
by grant
Here is a great comparison of Carrera T verses GT3 Touring car on a short technical road course. The Carrera T in this video is spec'd exactly like mine with PCCB, Buckets etc. It does decent job compared to GT3 Touring but alas a little slower even through turns. Little less sharp, less zip etc.

I love this video of Carrera T by one of my favorite reviewers at carfection