I drove my first autocross on 295s yesterday. The grip is unbelievable! You just crank the wheel and keep your foot in it and it just grips and grips! It actually took a couple runs to find the limit - I forgot how quickly r-comps let go
There is still a lot of time to be extracted. I think I was overdriving the car a little, but even when I made an effort to slow down for the really tight and slow corners, understeer reared its ugly head. I was running 36 psi front /37 rear, still understeer.
-375 springs w/ Bilstein HD
-Steeda Tubular 1 1/4" hollow sway
-MM fwd. offset LCA
-3* neg. camber
-250lb springs w/ bilstein hd
Weight: 3545 w/ driver, F: 60%, R: 40%
I have the stock front swaybar that I can swap in, but I've swapped it a few times on street tires, but really like the response of the Steeda bar.
-softer front springs
-adding a thicker rear swaybar.
-I'm running the stock diff, could an Auburn or Torsen help?
-Would converting to a PM3L help?
I would say most of my push is mid-corner to exit, it feels good through slaloms.
I'd appreciate any input. I just know there is A LOT of time left in these tires.
A couple pictures: