Billy Brooks took out the Austin local COBB Porsche Carrera S development car to a 2:29.866. Yup, COBB proves out their products at the track. The car only had limited mods consisting of Ohlins suspension, AMS intercoolers, Akrapovic exhaust, Forgeline wheels with Bridgestone Potenza RE-71R tires, and a half cage and Recaro seat for the driver. The RE-71Rs are used by almost everyone in any sort of street class competition. I love them on Project S2000.
Mike Kang of Counter Space Garage drove out his new daily driver from Los Angeles to click off a 2:33.459. He had a CSF intercooler and I think brake pads, and that was it for mods. Mike was my instructor when I tested out the Ferrari 458 at Exotics Racing.
My buddy Chris is an Austin local and when I posted up on Facebook about Super Lap, he signed right up. He brought out his daily driver STI that was wheeled by Ryan Schimsk to a first place in Street with a 2:23.209. These Austin guys are quick and know how to build some cars…. The time was set using the low boost setting as high boost kept on popping off the IC piping. Like I said, this is his real street car and there’s not much opportunity to test out the high boost setting.
Johnny Hernandez out of SoCal landed in 2nd with a 2:24.070.
The turbo looks like a first generation GTX3582R. There’s a mix of parts making it all happen like the Koyo radiator, Killer B Motorsport air guide thing, and big IAG oil catch can.
A Radium Fuel Surge Tank keeps the engine feed with fuel.