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Well, last night I was driving with a buddy with a 1998 200sx SE-R. His car's lightly modified: (intake, AGXs, Pro-Kits, ES sway bushings, 205 Toyo T1-S tires).

We were on a *deserted* road near Hamilton, known as Snake Rd., and then onto Mountain Brow Rd., both aptly named. Very tight, twisting, wicked roads.

Behind us was a friend with a modified Mk I Miata, with header, exhaust, rollcage, full harness, sways, SP8000 tires, and an experienced driver. Behind him was another friend with a 2000 Prelude.

They were left far, FAR behind :) That 200sx, even without the LSD, was incredible.

After the run, I hopped out to see a couple of slack jaws and wide eyes in the other cars, LOL :)

Next week, we all hit the track at Shannonville, so we'll see how that goes. I'm looking forward to it :)
 

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Do you know what he had the AGXs dialed in at?

Gotta get those ES sway bushings :)

1998 Sentra SE
open airbox, AGXs, Pro-Kits, 205 Toyo T1+ tires
and not NEARLY enough cornering force for my taste :)
 

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Although the AGXs and the GABs are supposed to be the same, his AGXs seem to be less stiff than my GABs.

Max settings are 4 front, 8 rear.

He had them set to 3 front, 5 rear.

For daily driving, I have mine set to 1 front, two rear.

For spirited driving, 2 front, 4 rear is excellent.

Occasionally, I like to crank it to 4 and 8, and shake my fillings out for fun, but 2-4 is awesome, and seems to be the same as Alex's 3-5 setting. (BTW, I have an NX2000).
 
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