I ran a solo event when mine was bone stock on my stock pirellis. You wil have way more power than you need, trust me. I was running 50 psi front and rear, which seemed a little high. The car tended to push really hard if you hit a turn with any real speed. My plan for next time was to drop the front's to 45 and run 50 in the rear, hopefully making the front dig in a little more and encourage the rear to step out. mark the outer limit of the sidewalls with shoe polish so you can tell how much the tires are rolling over.
Turn your TCS off. And turn on your a/c. It will take a few HP away, which is good on a very short, very twisty track.
driving advice: pre walk the course at least two more times than you think you need to. Listen to the person who leads the novice walk-through. On your first driving lap, resist the adrenaline and drive it slowly to get a feel for the course. you won't be able to do it, but it's worth a shot. Those cones get confusing when you're sideways.
have a good time. It's a blast. If you really blow a corner, just give up and do a couple donuts. Let's see the civics pull that off.
Oh, and with my mods now, I'd run STX class, I've been told.:kooky:
2005 Satin Silver GT 5spd, IUP, ICAP, bullits, active alarm, lug locks, side a!rbags, shaker 500, XM Roady 2, JLT cold air, Xcal2 w/ SCT 93 oct tune, & custom fab'd ram air duct, BMR Sway Bars, Hurst Competition plus shifter
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