Yea it's amaysing how good these cars handle on the track, I had the FR3 suspension pack installed and it also has the PP brembo's with Hawk pads and stock Pirellie tires it handles great.I like it and welcome to TMO. I think those are the first photos on TMO of a right hand drive Mustang on track!
Thank you, that's interesting! I have been running R888s and Nitto NT01s on my Cayman for years, and I've loved them more than the MPSC2s, for slightly better lap times and noticeably longer life. But that a different car entirely, so it's good to know the SC2 is hard to beat. I do use the SC2s on another of my cars and it seems to be the best setup there. Also, for the 350R I had considered the Hoosier R7 as well, I wasn't sure they'd do far better on lap times. What's your opinion there... a couple seconds faster for the R7? (for example, at Laguna or Sonoma). And yes, lap time is my #1 consideration, longevity is #2, and price #3 (tied into #2, so let's call it price per track day).I think the Toyo's are going to be slower than the SC2's. Unless you move to R7's in a 315 square setup the stock R sizes in the SC2 are going to be hard to beat if you're concerned about lap times.