I have not experienced the 888s on the 4c (I am still looking for a decent track setup). You are using a higher tire pressure with the r888rs, right?We were speaking of going softer on the damper settings but of course ditching the roll bar is another option. I'll try the tyres I know first but I get your thought.
No, I ran standard pressures. First stint the pressures went up before I released air pressures so in a way I have "tried", but it didn't work any better then.I have not experienced the 888s on the 4c (I am still looking for a decent track setup). You are using a higher tire pressure with the r888rs, right?
Then I was running high(ish), 26 and 29 respectively, front and rear.My experience was R888s always liked higher pressures than other R compound tires. What were your cold/hot pressures? For the R888 Toyo recommends 23 to 27 cold for the 4C's weight. I can't find specific data on the R888R however.
Maybe Jamie can post the pressures he runs.
The tyre sets are some 873 km's apart...Since you do have the 215/245 toyos and the 205/235 pirellis at your disposal, looking forward to hearing your back-to-back (or at least weekend to weekend) feedback on them. If it solves the issue that will be interesting. Good luck!
The tyre sets are some 873 km's apart...