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Old 06-20-2019, 12:45 AM   #43
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Originally Posted by RUQWIKR View Post
J6H (ZL1): 390x36 F, 365x28 R (mm)
J6M (SS 1LE): 370x34 F, 340x26 R (mm)

A bit over 3/4" larger front OD / ~1" larger rear OD and a bit wider on both...
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Old 06-20-2019, 07:04 AM   #44
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Originally Posted by GunMetalGrey View Post
If I had to assess I'd think that driving the lines of the track doesn't seem that hard but knowing the limits of my car in terms of grip and how close to sliding out I am in the middle of a corner is a another story. I'd also say consistency would be a big issue as well. That doesn't mean I'm right after watching my PDR video footage, that's what I noticed.
How much are you having to think about finding/driving the line? On closely-spaced corners, are you looking at each one individually or at least two at a time as a combination to be negotiated? Does it subjectively feel wrong when you're too early, too wide, or find yourself positioned wrong for the next corner? Ever have a "dammit, early again" moment?

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