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Circuit / Track Times (always updated), All nicely set out :)

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Sandown 1.25.3 AO50

Phillip Island 1.49.9 AO50

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updated.

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Phillip Island 1.48.89 AO50

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It seems like the Hankook is the tyre of choice.  Are most guys running these on 18 inch rims?

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Phillip Island 1.48.89 AO50

 

Wow that is fast. Congratulations!

 

 

 

It seems like the Hankook is the tyre of choice.  Are most guys running these on 18 inch rims?

 

Yeah 18s provide the best range of widths. You can run 17s on a 350Z but the tyre widths tend top out at 255/40/17 unless you go for something like Hoosiers, even then you may out at 275 I think.

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New PB's for me (finally got some decent tyres);

 

Z34 NA 6MT; Yokohama A050

 

Barbagallo - Short Circuit - 0:58.92

Barbagallo - Long Circuit - 1:12.86

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New times for me ......

 

Z34 6MT NA Yokohama A048 265/35R18 front and NT01 275/35R18 rear with 4.08:1 final drive

 

Sandown (18th Dec 2014)

1m26.8

 

PI 6-hr relay 2nd and 3rd Aug 2014

1m56.1 (minimum lap time for this event was 1m55s)

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New PB for me;

 

Z34 NA 6MT; Yokohama A050

 

Barbagallo - Long Circuit - 1:10.46

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updated. congrats on all new PBs :) bring on 2015!

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a slightly new PB for me at Winton =)

 

1:40.032 - on Hankook z221

N/A 2004 Track model

 

Random question to fellow time attack drivers who might be reading.  Care to share your rear camber setting?  I keep thinking I might be running too much and it causes the rear to loose too much tractionfor my driving style.

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updated :)

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Mallala Motorsport Park-

1:21.60 on RE11 :)

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Sydney Motorsport Park, GP Circuit - Z34 - NA - 1:53:37 (Hankook Z221)

Wakefield Park - Z34 - NA - 1:12:10 (Nitto's Front, Toyo R888's rear)

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Sydney Motorsport Park, GP Circuit - Z33 - NA - 1:47:16 (Hankook Z221)

Sydney Motorsport Park, South Circuit - Z33 - NA - 1:01:55 (Hankook Z221)

Wakefield Park - Z33 - NA - 1:07:85 ((Hankook Z221)

 

SMSP South Circuit 1:01.55 lap :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-hXPvbcvTI

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Congrats to Minidisc Race Division's 350Z have clocked another new PB yesterday at Sydney Motorsport Park 1:46.7781. Piloted by the owner himself Kieran (type-s).

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Queensland raceway - sprint 1.031- clubman - 1.063(fuel starve issues) N/A 370z hankook rs3 

 

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updated.

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Phillip island - 1:46.6371 = Ruiner - 180sx FI Slicks

Sandown - 1.23.76 = Ruiner - 180sx FI Slicks

 

Winton - 1.36.9 = Ruiner- 180sx FI Slicks

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New times,

Queensland raceway

sprint 1:01.42

Clubman 1:04.42

370z n/a (advan ad08r)

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Please update.

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Finally a new PB for me at Winton.  :))))

1:37.75 (NA) DUNLOP 03G - 255 square setup

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New times again for Queensland raceway

N/A 370z advan AD08R

Sprint 1:00.55

Clubman 1:03.55

Please update.

 

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Wakefield Park 1'18'76 Z34 NA Achilles ATR sport 2

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