I was in sport/track mode. was in the process of trying out the sport/track few sessions before going track/track but the ESC fault curtailed my sessions before I could get to track/track mode.
do you think track/track mode would make that much difference? would be great if I could fix it with just a twist of the knob...
can't wait to go try again once I get the car fixed.
1 PZeros are garbage on the track
2 brakes are great as stock but would like a bit more bite so will change to carbotechs.
Sport/track is the right mode to be in when you're starting to feel out the car at the track. No, don't think it would have made a difference to be in track/track. Something is off. The car just doesnt ever feel float. That includes, for me, being in Normal/Track/Manual at around 185 on a crap uneven road..
Zeros are garbage, but they shouldn't induce the float. I'm not an expert, so hopefully others will chime in here, but I just don't see why the zeros would cause the float. Sure, they are plastic like in the turns and will give up grip, but I think you're talking just balls out straight, right?
What dealer did you buy from? I would have them check out the car. Car should not float.
Now that I think of this, there have been 3 mentions of this. One in another thread, then I think Lukey mentioned when he was going north of 140 in a B road he felt a bit of float, and now this. Definitely rare, but with 3 instances, I wonder if there is something in common going on here.
Bone stock the 12C generates downforce on the nose, so at the higher speeds, you should feel the car snugging down on the road. That's how it feels to me at least. Now when you lift, or if you hold a 'floaty' throttle where you're lightly maintaining the speed and maybe lifting up a touch, yea, the car could sit up on slow down, that makes sense (and why the active aero will kick up on lift). Were you lifting a bit, or was it floaty going balls out on the throttle?