Originally Posted by smi1gj
stock rims and nitto invos with about half life left in them around 35psi I consistently cut 1.7x to low 1.8x. it's a tough technique. brake boost in 2nd until it wants to lurch forward.. around 3-3200 rpm. then I drop the brake and bump the gas in tandem ... within micro seconds (lol) I go full in as soon as I kno Im sticking. I get a few half chirps and I'm off. I have a lot of practice in this car lol.
Very interesting that your brakes can hold it on the line, that’s exactly what I do with my audi.
for my Audi I had to buy the biggest possible brakes that would fit 18” which were RS4 8 piston calipers (same setup as Lamborghini Gallardo) on 14.4” rotors and the car still wouldn’t hold on the line, then had to get the rears with stiffer calipers and 12.8” rotors, it still just barely holds when brake boosting, ask me about my 60’ , and 0-60 times…
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