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Gave Black Caviare a bit of squirt today and managed to crack the 1 G, left and right.



Still on the OEM rubber.

Whats possible with better rubber underneath.

Anyone already got better than this?
 

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What kind of driving configs did you do to test? Circles in both directions?
 

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The Industrial area is being extended with a piece of road that eventually loops back onto itself.
Looks a bit like a shortened race track at the moment.
I presume in time they will start putting buildings in the area, but at the moment it begs for it.
 

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There are some scaving reviews over here on their handling but this shows they can hold their own pretty well.
 

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By whom.... 'Motoring Journalist'? lol. Over an extended period I've learned that any vehicle bagged by the local motoring journalists should wear that as a badge of honour and I'd know I'm onto something good if they didn't like it.

My Chrysler handles pretty well, for what it is.
 

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Going in for wheel alignment today. Wanted to do a before and after run.
Setting camber at -1.5 and reduce the toe in. Can't go as crazy as -3 like you have as it's mainly Street use.
I'd guess you have changed a few parts underneath as well to be able to pull that amount of Gee. Very impressive though.
 

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Going in for wheel alignment today. Wanted to do a before and after run.
Setting camber at -1.5 and reduce the toe in. Can't go as crazy as -3 like you have as it's mainly Street use.
I'd guess you have changed a few parts underneath as well to be able to pull that amount of Gee. Very impressive though.
-1.5 and less toe in will make it feel like a sports car!

Only things different on my suspension are Pedder's bushings & sway bar & Eibach springs and adjustable shocks.

That's it.
 

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I was testing on smaller tight corners and had the same type of problem.
Need to test out on the back roads on along sweeping corner like Patrick mentioned.
 
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I couldn't get past .99 either for a while
 
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