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    Today's Autox

    Super Bummed. This was by far my quickest time but it wasn't recorded because I got too close to the driver in front of me at the finish line and the computer system couldn't tell the difference between us. I am guessing it was around 51.1 ish but I got a 51.6 on another run recorded.

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    nice photo what are the red thingies under the front? inlets for brake cooling

    Do you know what wheel alignment you have, what toe in the front and in the rear?
    Light Yellow -74

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    Those Orange things are brake ducts, I designed and 3d printed.

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    I have non adjustable front shock towers (1965 car), so what ever they are set at that's what it is and I don't know off the top of my head what my rear is set at.

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    Your car looks really planted, and quick! I autox'd my 67S for years and don't think I had that much roll stiffness. I ran 26mm rear TB's and 19 front, but with a adjustable 22mm sway in front. I know you have less weight out back, but care to share what bars you run?

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    Hey Bill, of course..

    Here is the setup I like to run for autox/track and street.

    Adjustable Koni's
    Momo Steering wheel 350mm
    Recaro Pole Positions
    Stock front sway bar, no sway bar in the rear
    22f / 26r torrison bars
    Just Rubber bushings, nothing fancy like polybronze
    Front Brakes are from an Alfa, pads are RS4 from Porterfield (
    Rear brakes are stock, pads are RS4 from Porterfield
    Trans is a 5 speed, AFMSZ open diff.
    and sticky tires
    and that's it.
    Last edited by pemz0r; 12-12-2022 at 05:37 PM.

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