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    Track Day Setup

    On 7/21/2007 Sebring is having a full course track day! I have a 2006 STI Cobb level 2 and need recommendations for brake pads and tire pressures. Please consider 160 mph straight and THE HAIRPIN Thanks Bill

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    probably in the wrong thread (this is a STX autox thread), but for pads either a high temp "daily driven" pad ie Ferodo DS2500, Hawk HP+ or the like OR a true track pad- DS3000, Hawk HT-10 or the like

    tire pressure very dependent on the tire- what tires?
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    Guys, what camber are you running in the front and back in auto-x ? I appreciate the help
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    I was running -3.0 and -1.5, -3.0 is pushing it for daily driving
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    Was thinking 2.0 in the front and 1.5 in the rear... maybe 2.0 in the rear....
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    no need to increase the rear camber IMO (unless your running a butt load of camber in the front)

    -2.0f/-1.5r would be a good daily driver/autox setting
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