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Old 05-08-2004, 01:35 PM   #5
HoRo1
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If you are RACING get rid of those ****ty stock pads. Get some racing pads. I don't know what pads will fit but you MUST change to a racing pad. Also you must upgrade the fluid and if budget allows add stainless lines.

You MUST get a good alignment done and go for as much front negative camber as you can get. Your car will understeer heavily if you don't. It will understeer less if you do. Make sure that your tyres are up to the test - even if you don't have the desire or funds for R compounds at this point, at least make sure that the rubber you've got is in good shape and that you know what pressures to use.

Oh, don't forget to check all fluids, hoses etc just to be safe. You might want to try a 15/50 oil as well.


If you aren't racing, but merely doing a time trial or driving school then just do a "tech inspection" to make sure that belts, hoses etc are OK and you should be fine.
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