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Old 11-03-2020, 11:42 AM   #29
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I adjusted the front lug nuts (wheel to wheel spacers to 100flbs , they are the 12x1.5)

I am going to order front spacers with 14x1.5 studs in the near future

What are other mods that make good gains for CamC? DSC sport controller? Camber plates?



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Camber plates, eLSD tune from GM

DSC controller if you know how to tune dampers. The Feb2020 base calibration still needs quite a bit of tweaking to use for autocross. I haven't used it on a track yet, that's in two days. Will see if the work I've done to get it better at autocross works at the track. I don't care for the controller on the street, on vertical bumps the car will bottom out. I'll look into it more once the damper tuning is done for autocross. But as it sits now, I swap in the stock controller if I'm going for a drive on the road.
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Old 11-08-2020, 07:00 PM   #30
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Camber plates would help with the front end grip and tire wear, or you can slot your struts to save some money. Also, switching from the BFG Rival 1.5S to Yokohama A052 made a big difference for me. I was easily 2 seconds off the pace (50 second course) from the CAM C leaders in my region when I was running 305/30/19 Rivals this year, and just made the switch to 295/30/18 A052's, and I am within less than a second from the top spot by just making a tire change. The A052 just get up to temperature quicker, put down power better than the Rivals and RE-71R (ran last year), and run wider than their spec (295 A052 = 305 Rival on a 10.5 wheel!).

I think the gains were pretty good considering I'm in a F-Street car with CAM C wheels/tires and camber plates.
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Old 11-08-2020, 09:33 PM   #31
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Camber plates would help with the front end grip and tire wear, or you can slot your struts to save some money. Also, switching from the BFG Rival 1.5S to Yokohama A052 made a big difference for me. I was easily 2 seconds off the pace (50 second course) from the CAM C leaders in my region when I was running 305/30/19 Rivals this year, and just made the switch to 295/30/18 A052's, and I am within less than a second from the top spot by just making a tire change. The A052 just get up to temperature quicker, put down power better than the Rivals and RE-71R (ran last year), and run wider than their spec (295 A052 = 305 Rival on a 10.5 wheel!).

I think the gains were pretty good considering I'm in a F-Street car with CAM C wheels/tires and camber plates.
I agree that the RIVALS just arent quite as good as some other options. The do seem to work better on lighter cars than ours but When I had my rivals they were on my 2010 Camaro at the time and there always seem to be a slight delay is responsesiveness when I was doing quick turn-ins or the esses.
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