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04-17-2020 05:54 AM
Sonicwoosh1 Probobly next to non, not many can trash around a car this expensive. If you had a bucketloads of cash, still i don't see why someone buy this car for the track.
02-15-2020 03:57 AM
epicVIN What a great thing!I have never heard about it and I wish I were there to see it in a real life
04-26-2019 05:00 PM
Erik Strelnieks Will be going there on May 19th
04-26-2019 04:59 PM
Erik Strelnieks Anyone have track time for COTA in stock NSX?
11-12-2016 05:46 PM
NightWing How often do you track ? How hot did the tires get before you attempted pushing it out to the "limits" ? The stock tires are pretty sticky (for oem tires of course) so I'm curious as to how you started this track day. What were the track temperatures and what was the day like ?
11-07-2016 07:13 PM
1fastAcura
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Originally Posted by jks View Post
Took the car to the track this weekend. Thought I would try it out with the tires that came on the car- big mistake. I felt like I was sliding all over the track. In other cars, I haven't had a huge problem. But here, I felt like I couldn't truly test the limits of the car and still be safe.
Did you make sure they were heated up enough? Didn't think it would be that bad.
11-06-2016 05:43 PM
jks Took the car to the track this weekend. Thought I would try it out with the tires that came on the car- big mistake. I felt like I was sliding all over the track. In other cars, I haven't had a huge problem. But here, I felt like I couldn't truly test the limits of the car and still be safe.
09-06-2016 09:45 AM
Shawn
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Have to get it 1st ;-)

I will track test it 1, or 2 times to make sure I understand the limits of the vehicle... and with oooeee gooeee sticky tires...
If its got it, then use it... Where its safe and sane to do so...

Other than that it will be a semi-daily driver... held in reserve for those unique special road trips...

I'd love to cruise all roads in the high sierras, and from 4 corners to Glacier park in the Rockies...

But... they have to make it, and delivery it 1st...

On the "list" for almost 3 years... in my lifetime? ;-)
Which tires do you plan on going with for track days ??
06-17-2016 02:45 AM
tduder Have to get it 1st ;-)

I will track test it 1, or 2 times to make sure I understand the limits of the vehicle... and with oooeee gooeee sticky tires...
If its got it, then use it... Where its safe and sane to do so...

Other than that it will be a semi-daily driver... held in reserve for those unique special road trips...

I'd love to cruise all roads in the high sierras, and from 4 corners to Glacier park in the Rockies...

But... they have to make it, and delivery it 1st...

On the "list" for almost 3 years... in my lifetime? ;-)
06-01-2016 08:41 AM
Shawn Possibly even Car Throttle. Hmm.. we should try to voice our suggestion, anyone registered on any of them ?
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