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Thread: I took my Noble to Laguna Seca

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    Default I took my Noble to Laguna Seca

    What a blast.

    I am starting to use these forums more, but please say what's up in the YouTube comments.

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    Awesome John! Keeping it coming!
    How rude of the of the Camaro not to yield and brake check you at the finish line! Who brakes before turn 1?!
    You can easily stay on power till you hit the bridge before turn 5.
    I see you may have had some sound check issues (lift off at turn 5 exit?)
    Turn 6 needs just a tap on the brakes, downshift to 3rd. It can be taken at speeds I only dream of (and would soil my pants at)

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    nice!

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    Thanks guys. I am having fun. Driving this thing is so rewarding compared to my newer Corvette. I am still getting used to it. I learned it seems to handle significantly better with 6-8 lbs more air pressure in the rear tires. I have to continue dialing it in and learning to drive it.

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    What pressure did you end up running at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phun-ky View Post
    What pressure did you end up running at?
    What time's did you end up running?

    I keep hitting noise limits at Laguna in the Noble (97 dB) and then coast up the hill. I end up being faster in my V6 powered Miata since I can afford to care a lot less about the car!

    - Chris

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    True to that Chris! I'm sure I'm using 75% of the car's potential just to avoid a costly woopsie... Best I could do at Laguna was 1:45

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    Quote Originally Posted by phun-ky View Post
    What pressure did you end up running at?
    Low 20's in the front and low 30's in the rear.

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