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      09-09-2013, 06:49 AM   #1
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PROcede at the track

So I need some suggestions or see if there is anything I should do for taking my car to the track with my newly installed PROcede. I just put it last week, so I'm still learning with it. Should I have the laptop hooked up while I'm on the track? Any suggestions or tips would be appreciated. BTW, it's an oval track...not a drag strip.
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      09-09-2013, 07:57 AM   #2
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I dont think laptop in the car on the track would be good idea. Better get everything ready and test before track. So you could concentrate on driving.
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      09-09-2013, 08:25 AM   #3
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I was thinking it might not be bad for logging...I was gonna try to operate the laptop or anything.
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run a classic 7.29 map
it's more stable than the aggressive
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Just lower your turbo pressure to something like 12-13psi. When possible run eXX fuel. consider improved breakpads. That should give you a stable setup for racing.
Altough i''m more from a "normal"" track, which forces a lot of breaking and a hit on the cooling part. I can imaginen that this is slightly better on an oval.
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How long are these runs on the oval?
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i don't think they would let you have laptop in the car. i know my coordinator won't.
my car usually start hiccuping after 3-5 long straights, need to dial boost down and overfuel a tad.
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