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Old 09-09-2019, 02:41 PM   #1
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Smile Buttonwillow CCW 13 Configuration - 2019 Black BRZ

Hey everyone, just wanted to share some photos of my brz on the track this past weekend! Had alot of fun and learned alot. Also now realize how terrible the stock brakes are on the premium trim of this car and stock tires are DOOO DOOO.

The Swift Sport springs handled very nicely and turning off traction control on my last run was a BLASTTTT.

Can't wait to go again!
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Fun track, good times!


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Was definitely faster than I expected.
Lots of high speed sections.
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What day did you go? I was there friday!



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Hey everyone, just wanted to share some photos of my brz on the track this past weekend! Had alot of fun and learned alot. Also now realize how terrible the stock brakes are on the premium trim of this car and stock tires are DOOO DOOO.

The Swift Sport springs handled very nicely and turning off traction control on my last run was a BLASTTTT.

Can't wait to go again!
Time for some pads, and an oil cooler!

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Time for some pads, and an oil cooler!

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What day did you go? I was there friday!



We were there on Sunday!! Saw a couple other 86's out there too!

Your ride looks super nice btw.
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I'll definitely look into upgrading my pads and brake lines.

Haven't thought too much about an oil cooler... gotta add that to the list
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I'll definitely look into upgrading my pads and brake lines.

Haven't thought too much about an oil cooler... gotta add that to the list
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lmk next time you go out. You should drive streets of willow. a lot more technical compared to buttonwillow but very satisfying when you get a clean and fast lap going.
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no way... buttonwillow is way more satisfying than SOW...!!
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Hey everyone, just wanted to share some photos of my brz on the track this past weekend! Had alot of fun and learned alot. Also now realize how terrible the stock brakes are on the premium trim of this car and stock tires are DOOO DOOO.
What did it come with for tires? Looks like a great time!
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What did it come with for tires? Looks like a great time!
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They were a bit screechy at times haha.

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