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FTCC test notes2

Post  Displacedrace on Sat Jul 31, 2010 7:29 pm

I finished screwing around with the FWD cars that are eligible for the FTCC and came up with the following results;
2003 Dodge Neon SRT4
Power: 443BHP Weight: 2450LBS Front/rear tire 225mm
Handling balance moderate understeer Stability Excellent America lap 2:11.888 Laguna lap 1:28.932
2005 Chevrolet Cobalt SS
Power: 396BHP Weight:2493LBS Front/rear tire 225mm
Handling balance moderate understeer Stability Excellent America lap 2:12.094 Laguna lap 1:28.780
2003 Mini Cooper S
Power: 378BHP Weight: 2352LBS Front/rear tire 235mm
Handling balance moderate understeer Stability Excellent America lap 2:12.196 Laguna lap 1:28.986
2003 Ford Focus SVT
Power: 430BHP Weight: 2390LBS Front/rear tire 245mm
Handling balance Excessive understeer Stability Excellent America lap 2:12.956 Laguna lap 1:29.097
2004 Honda Civic Type R
Power: 408BHP Weight: 2274LBS Front/rear tire 225mm
Handling balance Moderate understeer Stability Excellent America lap 2:11.852 Laguna lap 1:28.550
2006 Saturn Ion
Power: 388BHP Weight:2580LBS Front/rear tire 235mm
Handling Balance Moderate understeer Stability Excellent America lap 2:11.975 Laguna lap 1:29.075
2002 Saab 9-3 Aero
Power: 448BHP Weight: 2752LBS Front/rear tire 235mm
Handling balance moderate understeer Stability Excellent America lap 2:11.899 Laguna lap 1:28.662
2006 Volkswagen Golf GTI
Power:394Bhp Weight 2466LBS Front/rear tire 235mm
Handling balance mild understeer Stability Excellent America lap 2:12.086 Laguna lap 1:28.342
2007 Nissan Sentra Spec-R
Power: 418BHP Weight: 2555LBS Front/rear tire 255mm
Handling balance Excessive understeer Stability Excellent America lap 2:12.875 Laguna lap 1:29.236
2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse GTS
Power: 524BHP Weight: 2732LBS Front/rear tire 245mm
Handling balance moderate understeer Stability Excellent America lap 2:11.805 Laguna lap 1:29.005

I also did a little testing regarding tire and fuel wear, the test track was Motegi full. After 30 minutes of racing the sport compound tires were worn approx 16%, Race compound tires were worn approx 22% and i used approx 45% of my fuel reserves. The test mule was a 2005 Ford Mustang GT. After i finish with the AWD cars i will list in order of fastest to slowest on the two designated test tracks.


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Post  Gel38 on Mon Aug 02, 2010 9:51 pm

What's extremely sad Displaced is that you can run a faster time in the Ford Focus (2003) Than i can in my Corvette C6, both at A600... I'm quite ashamed of that fact
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Post  FTA Damo on Tue Aug 03, 2010 3:09 pm

524bhp ? was the 500bhp can lifted ? driving all them fwd must of been horrible Sad ur brave man lol . what P.I wer they all at ?
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Post  Displacedrace on Tue Aug 03, 2010 3:36 pm

FTA Damo wrote:524bhp ? was the 500bhp can lifted ? driving all them fwd must of been horrible Sad ur brave man lol . what P.I wer they all at ?
I just tested the cars at a 600 PI with no regards to power resrtictions( i couldnt make it to 600PI without exceeding 500hp so i took a few liberties with the testing, even with 524hp the car still only got to 161mph on Road america, most cars reached between 157mph(most FWD) and 162mph(RWD).

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