Honestly, I doubt you'll notice much of a difference between the two spring setups.500/672 Front to Rear
Drove the car last night to check that everything was good and tight. I need to get ride heights adjusted.
Front Left: 25.51” (going to raise to 25.98”)
Front Right: 25.79” (going to raise to 25.98”)
Rear Left/Right: 27” (Going to drop to 26.37”)
Which VIR event? I'm looking at the TrackAdvantage event in November.
Just been to FSR PCA and Chin.
Will be going to Carolina’s PCA the weekend before Thanksgiving
Just have hit the save button in the top right of the screen as you're reviewing the session video. Should create a file with all the laps you select and drop it in a folder on the SD card.Trying to figure out how to get the video and data overlay off my Garmin Catalyst. I got to within 4/10ths of my PB in my 1st session last lap, when tires were getting greasy and brakes were past there best. Not bad after 6-months away from the track.
Oil temps got to 265F so I had to back off. Brakes got super grabby in the second half the session. Need to check things over. May be my rear pad selection??
We've got at least half a dozen other MK7/MQB people that'll be there @M3bs1 . Would love to get you out there too!
Some video from my last HPDE.
I came real close to my PB. Video and data is via Garmin Catalyst so accuracy is way better than using my phones gps and Harry’s LapTimer.
My Optimal lap. Real nice feature on the Garmin Catalyst.
I was trying to figure out which way to go with “Driver Coaching” and telemetry aids. Something better than Harry’s LapTimer but simpler to use than AIM data logging. This fits the bill. Super simple to setup and install. Opportunities are provided right after your session is saved. You can review laps/ sessions immediately.So the Garmin actually stitches together video of your best segments? That’s pretty cool. Now all you have to do is emulate that video and you will have a 2:09……