Yes, when I looked at the Vbox I was only pulling about 0.8g through most of the corners.Car looks very static and comfortable, I am sure as you get used to it you will go quicker. Just pick away are braking later and later and trying to carry more mid corner speed and getting on the power earlier all this will make the car alive and will make it dance around the track as it should be!
BTW what suspension setup are you running?
I'm on normal geometry (no Nismo adjustable arms) but am running 888s so I'm thinking it's got quite a bit more grip than I am used to. Maybe I should be pulling 1 to 1.2g.
The back is not really stepping out yet, partly also because I'm not getting on the power quite early enough as well as not carrying enough corner speed.
When I had my R35 I never ran it on 888s, only Michelin Super Sport road tyres.
Currently the digital controller to bring the front end into play a bit more is also not active, I'm running on the stock system which is a real indication I need to push more as I'm running the stock four wheel drive settings/G-sensor.
The suspension is Black Art Design.
I have the one way adjustable kit as it's a road and fun car and I have it set loose on the road (turned to 0 out of 30) and have not really experimented with it yet.
Now I'm starting to get a feel for the car I'm back at Brands in four weeks, by which time everything will be up and running including the new intercooler, full design power (around 550) and the selectable digital controller so I'll try firming it up and see how if effects the cornering.
I am a bit wary of tightening the rear up too much though as I want it to be able to move about rather than skip and jump.
Before that though I'm booked onto the GTROC Sprint Series at Combe in under three weeks...