Re: What stops you from going into turns quicker?
A deer... seriously, it's no joke in the Mid West.
But honestly, I worked on braking all last season which was mainly a suspension gimmick for me. Only time I had an "issue" with it was over-shooting Turn 7 at Blackhawk Farms. It wasn't by much, but enough where I was braking so hard the rear was straight off the ground and I couldn't hit my turn-in, over shot my entry, went in to grass, grass said "NO": crash.
I found properly setting up my suspension and then over filling my forks 40-50 mL helped keep the front from excessively diving and led to much greater stability and higher entry speeds under braking. Last time I was out I was within 5 seconds of the record lap times; made a huge difference in my game. Contrary to popular opinion, I'm a believer that brakes are what make you fast.
Last edited by Mott Power; 04-13-2015 at 10:49 AM.