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Old 04-05-2013, 09:34 AM   #3
craz azn
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While starting out, the H&R Race/Bilstein combo will be a great start, and you won't have to worry about setting anything, just drive. There are a lot more things that will have a greater influence your laptimes, mostly tires and seat time. I managed to pull off some great laptimes in a stock weight, H&R Race/Bilstein based setup in my old car, and I'd recommend it time and time again as a good budget, yet track useable setup. Anything more, I'd hope you are building to try and fit into a specific ruleset, or else its just money that could be spent elsewhere. Also, if you don't need to, skip the fuel cell. Nothing wrong with the stock tank aside from the occasional starvation issues which are easily remedied.

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