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I just finished the weekend at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, AL. I’m running the Goodyear Eagle F1s that are OE on my 992 S. I started the morning at 28 psi looking to finish a 30 minute session at 34 psi. As the day progressed after each session I usually was around 36-38 psi and aired them back down to 34 psi. After 3-4 sessions I was coming off the track at my target of 34 psi. I run in Sport + with stab control on and at times had the tendency to get a little loose on the corner exit.

So here’s the question: Does any one have any input for target tire pressure. Is 34 psi a bit much or is it the driver input causing the ass to try to kick out?
 

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I just finished the weekend at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, AL. I’m running the Goodyear Eagle F1s that are OE on my 992 S. I started the morning at 28 psi looking to finish a 30 minute session at 34 psi. As the day progressed after each session I usually was around 36-38 psi and aired them back down to 34 psi. After 3-4 sessions I was coming off the track at my target of 34 psi. I run in Sport + with stab control on and at times had the tendency to get a little loose on the corner exit.

So here’s the question: Does any one have any input for target tire pressure. Is 34 psi a bit much or is it the driver input causing the ass to try to kick out?
That tire pressure sounds about right....any suggestions for alignment settings with stock setup...RWS and PDCC?
 

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Update.....car is awesome on the track.....was able to better my lap times by 5 seconds....on stock tires and brakes....wore out the rear brake pads in two days...giro discs and pagid yellows on order...BTW....Perelli PZeros worked really well....wear rated at 220 vs Michelin Sport Cups at 180.
 
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