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TC5R 87% -cs practice

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TC5R 87% -cs practice
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After a lot of help i got in this forum here is a little video i made.sorry for the camera work but i was focused on improving my driving.

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cool as bro, it is hard doing it by yourself, i know that one first hand, lol.
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Looking pretty good Steve, for a noob to cs! Looking really good for a rear mount AE TC5! Only thing I seen was the front seemed to pull you out kinda easy on some transitions. An the rear is kicking kinda hard on throttle. But its just what I got from watching. You could try to lessen your preloads all the way around by a half to full turn. It might also just be a slightly grippy tire. Looking good tho man keep it up. As you drive more and develop your skills. The tuning will become easier to understand.

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(05-24-2013, 10:01 PM)JustSiDEwayZ Wrote:  Looking pretty good Steve, for a noob to cs! Looking really good for a rear mount AE TC5! Only thing I seen was the front seemed to pull you out kinda easy on some transitions. An the rear is kicking kinda hard on throttle. But its just what I got from watching. You could try to lessen your preloads all the way around by a half to full turn. It might also just be a slightly grippy tire. Looking good tho man keep it up. As you drive more and develop your skills. The tuning will become easier to understand.

Thanks.i woudn't have gove this far without you guys!i have a setup that i know that works but i will try 15 oil with less ride height all over just to see.i will put a smaller pinion i think,i have too much speed for learning,lol
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