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sixfan

Circuit Racing

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I suggest the following format

(Shamelessly copied from elsewhere....)

Your Name:

Car Make and Model:

Circuit Name:

Lap time:

Modifications

Engine:

Power:

Suspension:

Tyres:

Brakes:

Body weight:

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If your times are posted here, post a message below detailing what modifications your car has. RWKW figures, dyno sheets, timeslips are mandatory.

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Your Name: Joel Jenkins

Car Make and Model: Ford XR6 Turbo BA MKII

Circuit Name: Sandown

Event: FFCC Sandown Sprint

Date: 10/5/2009

Lap time: 1'33.98

Modifications: None

Engine: Standard

Power: 198.9 RWKW

Suspension: Standard

Tyres: Seriously used Yokohama A048 ($80 a tyre)

Brakes: Standard Ford pads, Standard Ford rotors, 298mm front, 302mm? rear

Body weight: Standard 1700 kgs?

You can view the time on

http://www.natsoft.com.au/results/

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Your Name: Jeremy Smith

Car Make and Model: Fiat 124BC sports coupe (U2L sports sedan)

Circuit Name: Wakefield Park

Lap time: 1:06.57

Modifications

Engine: Fiat 16 valve, 2 litre, naturally aspirated.

Power: 275BHP

Suspension: totally custom, full rose-jointed, fabricated control arms f+r, adjustable coil overs etc etc. was a spool diff, now a ZF ramp load clutch pack diff.

Tyres: were 15x8 slicks, now 16x10 slicks.

Brakes: 4 spot calipers running on approx 290mm vented discs all round, dual master cylinders with brake bias adjustment bar

Body weight: Approx 850kg with full tank fuel and driver.

natsoft timing- http://www.natsoft.com.au/cgi-bin/results..../2009.WAKE.S5.Y.

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Your Name: Joel Jenkins

Car Make and Model: Ford XR6 Turbo BA MKII

Circuit Name: Sandown

Event: FFCC Sandown Sprint

Date: 10/5/2009

Lap time: 1'33.98

Modifications: None

Engine: Standard

Power: 198.9 RWKW

Suspension: Standard

Tyres: Seriously used Yokohama A048 ($80 a tyre)

Brakes: Standard Ford pads, Standard Ford rotors, 298mm front, 302mm? rear

Body weight: Standard 1700 kgs?

You can view the time on

http://www.natsoft.com.au/results/

No other sandown times from anyone?

Was at a driver dynamics day watching some friends a few weeks ago at sandown and they were doing a 1.35 in a integra type r.

Was going to enter my G6ET but I have no faith in the brakes lasting more than a few laps. Done Sandown a few times in my 320rwkw skyline a few yearsa go

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No other sandown times from anyone?

Was at a driver dynamics day watching some friends a few weeks ago at sandown and they were doing a 1.35 in a integra type r.

Was going to enter my G6ET but I have no faith in the brakes lasting more than a few laps. Done Sandown a few times in my 320rwkw skyline a few yearsa go

Sandown is a real power and brakes circuit, not really suited to the Integra.

While it would be quick around the corners it doesn't have the grunt to accelerate out of the tight corners and down the long straights.

I was at the PIARC Sprints at Phillip Island and I think that PI would suit the integra much better as its a lot of long sweeping turns where it could maintain a high corner speed.

Because the XR6T is so heavy it really works the front right and understeers a lot on the sweepers.

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Your Name: Joel Jenkins

Car Make and Model: Ford XR6 Turbo BA MKII

Circuit Name: Phillip Island

Event: PIARC Sprint

Date: 31/5/2009

Lap time: 2'03.791

Modifications: None

Engine: Standard

Power: 198.9 RWKW

Suspension: Standard

Tyres: Seriously used Yokohama A048 ($80 a tyre)

Brakes: Standard Ford pads, Standard Ford rotors, 298mm front, 302mm rear

Body weight: 1780

You can view the time on

http://www.natsoft.com.au/results

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Sandown is a real power and brakes circuit, not really suited to the Integra.

While it would be quick around the corners it doesn't have the grunt to accelerate out of the tight corners and down the long straights.

I was at the PIARC Sprints at Phillip Island and I think that PI would suit the integra much better as its a lot of long sweeping turns where it could maintain a high corner speed.

Because the XR6T is so heavy it really works the front right and understeers a lot on the sweepers.

The integra had a lot of work done to it including fairly worked engine (around 180kw@flywheel), adustable tein suspension, semi comps but stock brakes.

There was a FG XR6 there also, had a quick talk to the owner and he said the car was struggling in the high rpm range and could only do 160 clicks down the main straight.

There were 2 R35 GTR's racing also who were realing off easy 1:24's with fairly armature drivers.

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Your Name: Paul Noble

Car Make and Model: FGXR6T

Circuit Name: Marulan

Lap time: 47.47 (handtimed)

Modifications: None at the time

Engine: Stock as a rock

Power: 270kW at flywheel est.

Suspension: Stock

Tyres: Kumho KU36 front, Falken Azenis RT215 rear

Brakes: Stock with EBC red pads

Body weight:77kg (79.25kg after a 6pack of beer)

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Your Name: Erko

Car Make and Model: BF2 FPV F6

Circuit Name: Wakefield Park

Lap time: 1.11.83 Circuitclub.com.au Natsoft timing 25/7/09

Modifications: Injectors,pump,surge, IC, Ferodo DS2500

Power: 300rwkw

Suspension: Tein SS Performance spec, 27mm front sway, Superpro lower control arm bush (front)

Tyres: Kumho KU36 - 38psi cold (note this is far too high - 30-32psi cold would be a good start)

Brakes: Ferodo DS2500, DBA5000 front. Stock rear rotor, Racebrakes rear pad, Motul RBF600 fluid

Body weight: 1785

I hope to get into the 1.09s within a year or so......eventually into the 1.08s.

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is it possible that these sedans when launched hard, can twist ? like would a 10 sec launch put anythin out ? I heard stories but am not sure.

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Your Name: Joel Jenkins

Car Make and Model: Ford Falcon BA MK II XR6 Turbo

Circuit Name: Sandown

Lap time: 1:30.5200

Modifications: 27mm Front Swaybar

Engine: Stock

Power: 198.9 RWKW

Suspension: Stock apart from swaybar

Tyres: Michelin Porsche Cup Slicks

Brakes: Standard calipers, 298mm front RDA slotted rotor, QFM K750 pads, stock rotor and pads rear

Body weight: Stock

http://www.natsoft.com.au/cgi-bin/results..../2009.SAND.Q1.I

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Your Name: Joel Jenkins

Car Make and Model: Ford Falcon BA MK II XR6 Turbo

Circuit Name: Winton

Lap time: 1:44.76

Modifications: 27mm Front Swaybar

Engine: Stock

Power: 198.9 RWKW

Suspension: Stock apart from swaybar

Tyres: Michelin Porsche Cup Slicks

Brakes: Standard calipers, 298mm front RDA slotted rotor, Bendix road pads, stock rotor and pads rear

Body weight: Stock

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Your Name: Craig

Car Make and Model: 2004 BA F6

Circuit Name: Lakeside (QLD)

Lap time: 1m 10.22s

Modifications:

Engine: Injectors, dump pipe, edit

Power: 280rwkw

Suspension: Whitline front swaybar

Tyres: Falken 452

Brakes: Brembo 4pot front & rear

Body weight: 82Kg for me

Way too much push from front bar overpowering std rear bar. Tyres not flash for track work!

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