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Old 05-08-2000, 06:42 PM   #1
Marius
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Cool Any auto-x experience with the new Kuhmo's?

After the last auto-x my RE92's are dead. They lasted 16500 mls and 5 auto-x and the Detroit roads. Not too bad. So it's time for new rubber. Who raced the new Kuhmo Ecsta's already? Which size on the stock wheels?
I've seen 2 TT's auto-x, sharp!!!!
And the M-coupe just flies, way cool.
911's where a little bit dissapointing, though.
Marius
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Old 05-09-2000, 10:56 AM   #2
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I've had the 712's for 2 autox's now. They are great, nice a sticky and very stiff. At 44f/42r there is pretty much no rolling. I'm am only 1 sec off pace of the type R's which are one slicks. But if you want to be competative you need to invest in some race rubber. I'm getting tired of being second to the type R's. If you are just there for fun the 712's wil lwork great and pull some quick lap times too. They never lost any grip.
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Old 05-09-2000, 02:28 PM   #3
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I ran on them two days ago. The walls came out clean(215/40 "17 ) despite heavy cornering and trailbraking. Fronts were at 40psi, rears at 35psi. With the heat that day(95f), the pressure probably rose to about 44psi.

Those that had T1-S were commenting on how soft the compouds were on my 712. They likey!
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