2009 phenom es coke syrup setup

Cope1

Member
200 pound driver, curious on a good starting point for indoor coke syrup at battle at the barn in Des Moines. First time running syrup so any helpful advice besides setup would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Ted
 

Kj26

Member
Seeing the ES2 is not as adjustable as a normal Phenom, if I remember correctly 4/8 is the lowest you can go on caster.
+0 LF -1.25 RF camber
46.8-47 nose
60 left
52-53 cross
Those are our general syrup starting numbers.
 

flattop1

Dawg 89
They sure are .
Traction is not ussualy a problem .
Driving like Joey Chittwood is occasionally necessary.
 

Kj26

Member
This one didn’t scare her, the next corner did lol, back in 11’
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Seeing the ES2 is not as adjustable as a normal Phenom, if I remember correctly 4/8 is the lowest you can go on caster.
+0 LF -1.25 RF camber
46.8-47 nose
60 left
52-53 cross
Those are our general syrup starting numbers.
Does he have an ES or ES2? The title reads ES. I have a 2008 ES and is just like the standard Phenom. Or did PRC only make the ES2 in 2009?

Brian #89
 
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flattop1

Dawg 89
Been open tire . Unless something changed .
What is the current hot tire ?
First burris and firestone then dunlop now i have heard vega .
 

Kj26

Member
Been open tire . Unless something changed .
What is the current hot tire ?
First burris and firestone then dunlop now i have heard vega .
Vega if its open tire.
I only asked because it seems once you head west of NY its all Burris for indoor.
 

Cope1

Member
Thanks for the information everyone. We are new to the coke syrup stuff and are going to give it a shot and see what happens tires are going to be the next biggest issue as we only have maxxis and 1 set of blue vegas.
 
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