This is the last AutoX events before the 2013 ASN Canadian Autoslalom Championship Presented by Toyo Tires this year.

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To prepare for the AutoX, ASR helped with upgraded springs for my KW V3 and ASR camber plates. The front springs are 600lbs/in and the rear is 800lbs/inUntitled
Here is the difference between the stock KW V3 setup on the right, and upgraded with ASR Camber Plate and Hypercoil springs on the left.

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A quick look at rear setup.

Doing the corner weight
Also did a corner weight with the new setup, Thanks to PDM Racing.


Quick look at the setup, the turn-in is much quicker and more responsive compare to what they use to be. The car doesn’t dive in as much and respond back to me quicker than what I expected. I am still getting use the setup. When I did the spring upgrade, I also adjusted the rear sway bar back down to softer setting which I think is a big mistake. From this video, the rear tire drags a little longer before it lift off the ground, it also comes down quicker. That really made the tail stable, but at the same time sticky and less rotation for AutoX. I probably will have it back to the stiffest setting for CAC Championship.


Oops, I dropped my GoPro AGAIN!! DOH!