Launch control IMO should be handling sport/powertrain track in auto untill you get used to it,then manual if you are quick enough in first!Hi guys
which is the best mode for lunch control ?
Handling sport / power train track
Handling Track / Power train Track
hhhhh , thx a lot for your replyLaunch control IMO should be handling sport/powertrain track in auto untill you get used to it,then manual if you are quick enough in first!
Lunch control is not having two puddings and only one bottle of wine
PS, I wish I was bright enough to converse in more than one language!!
I defer to the Master !!!best way is handling normal, power train track, you want the softest suspension setup to get more weight to the back on the rear tires...
when in launch mode, the car shifts by itself doesn't matter if you're in Auto or Manual....
That is a very impressive time fiksegts. Is your car stock?
Are these tires street legal in North America?
Most excellent. I'll be looking for those when I go to the track.yea, all stock aside from the tire change.... yes, street legal tires....
Perhaps.No I think you have that wrong Mac is the slender quite kid who if gets picked on beats the crap out of the school yard bully.
These types of Toyos are great on the track but evaporate when used on the road for normal driving.
That's impressive if you use them at the track! I only get 5k out of my p zeros just for road use (rears)They are just fine for normal street use, I have them on my Gallardo Twin Turbo as well. Should get around 5k miles out of them which is plenty for me given the performance benefits.