Lisa- Check out this website:20TN40 said:........And if anyone out there has a composite list of what color springs are what (front, center and sides) I'd love to copy that too.
The temperatures represent track temperature. Use these as a general guideline. Usually you won't go harder than blue.20TN40 said:From another thread I was reading on, someone said to look at the BSR webpage as they had the temps listed for the tires. What does the temperature represent?
Kinda like some of the touring car tires I've seen. Example: "If your track temp is XXX degrees,it would recommended that you use a XXXX compound tire". Something like that!davz said:The temperatures represent track temperature. Use these as a general guideline. Usually you won't go harder than blue.
Koz- How about vertical wing position? What effect does having the wing really high off of the back-end vs. low off the back-end create?KOZ said:Mike
Moving the wing back creates more rear down force,moving forward takes away rear down force..you have to move the wing at least a 1\2 inch fore or aft to feel the difference.
Typically start with the edge of the front part of the wing 1\2 inch back from the botttom of the rear window.. 3\4 inch height off the rear deck..This is super close to body mounted wings with foams..
From what I hear and I have seen some are running PINKS on the right side of the car as the new "John's BSR" has changed the compound from what is on the ole chart http://www.bsr-racing.com/prolite.htm . The new PINK compound falls inbetween Green's and Blue's :thumbsup:20TN40 said:Wow George, you are right! That is a comprehensive list and I sure thank you for supplying the information! Now do you know what the temperature readings signify on the BSR website?