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PostPosted: Fri Oct 23, 2015 8:43 am 
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jeremyc wrote:
Overall, the Radical will likely be a bit faster car at nearly all tracks...


Mostly stock car engine vs strung-out motorcycle engine? I'll take reliability with a side of fun. :)

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jeremyc wrote:
Overall, the Radical will likely be a bit faster car at nearly all tracks because it had a very different design philosophy behind it's creation. How much is hard to say


Radical Cup was at Road Atlanta in '14 and pole for SR8 was 1:19.8 and SR3 was 1:23.6. That is on Dunlop slicks which are going to be several seconds faster than DOT Toyo's.

A top running ST1 car (record holder) is around 1:25-1:26, ST2 (should) be around 1:27 and ST3 1:29. +/-

Will be interesting to see where the NP01 falls in with all that.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2015 9:07 am 
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I know Jeremy has been super busy with SEMA coming up next week. NASA will have two cars on display, one of them being the NP01. The 000 car needed a fresh wrap after all the test weekends put on it. Thinking about four solid days at SEMA and showing off the car has already made my throat start hurting :P.


Did anyone here drive the car when it was at New Jersey a few weeks ago? Thoughts/impressions?

David Chow - how is that build coming along?

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 31, 2015 7:20 am 
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bpanther wrote:
I know Jeremy has been super busy with SEMA coming up next week. NASA will have two cars on display, one of them being the NP01. The 000 car needed a fresh wrap after all the test weekends put on it. Thinking about four solid days at SEMA and showing off the car has already made my throat start hurting :P.


Did anyone here drive the car when it was at New Jersey a few weeks ago? Thoughts/impressions?

David Chow - how is that build coming along?



I'm headed to SEMA.... I will be there for sure looking it over, probably multiple days. I know my checkbook could be getting lighter, I just need to see it in person (and drive it during a WEST COAST showing).

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