Thanks for the feedback. I do have an upgraded suspension. I'm running Eibach's, KYB AGX's and the normal TRD sway bars. The circuit is supposidly fairly tight.jkbrauch said:Depending on the track, you'll need some different brake pads - try Hawk blue for a track that's hard on brakes, Hawk HP+ for a less severe track. If you're running street tires with alot of tread depth, you may overheat them. Do a good compromise street/track alignment if you can: - 0 toe front, 0 to 1mm toe-in rear, -1.75 camber front and rear, 3.5-5 caster (balanced left and right). Bleed your brakes to have fresh fluid - Motul 600 is a good choice. Have fun, and give us a call when you want that suspension upgrade, you'll see what I mean.
Thanks. The track is Shannonville.bgrieger said:Which track are you planning to head to for the course.
As for the brakes, the hawk pads are a KVR product...Ottawa based company. They have a web site , but phone them, don't bother with the e-mail...they appear not to use it much. Best part is that they are Canadian, keeping the exchange monster out of the deal!