Sure, why not. Below are the links/videos. To add more diversity (maybe it was THAT car which was wrong?) I chose another car, also NSX, but much older from '92. This time I tried to make everything 1:1 like in Praiano post with the setup. I also made the oil change and even selected the same car color!
I also made sure the video has a setup menu and then immediately the lap - live recording without any edits.
Someone wanted to know what exactly was wrong. The main issue is that the car has quite strong, I'd say even massive understeer, especially in low speed corners. I was prepared for that, because I did some practice runs before, but I still missed some apexes quite badly. Front feels heavy and just won't turn. Going out of corners, you can feel the front is moving to the sides, tyres trying to catch grip and then lose it again. The front is wobbling.
Also overall corner speed was lower, and this affects sector times as well. The second video has the ghost time from first video (default PD setup) and you can see that most of the time was lost in the middle sector, which has mostly slower corners.
Braking was better (than default PD setup) though...
All these issues aren't unexpected, because if you lift your car (increase ride height) you won't get the best cornering speed. This is also mentioned in the tuning guide (quick cheat sheet) that I posted before. Also, you should be very carefull with strong dampers and ARBs, as more often than not, this will give less grip. Again, all of this is mentioned in that guide, or any other tuning guide on the net. There are other things which are wrong (from my point of view) but I don't want to go into details even more.
NSX Type R'92, Sport Mediums, All Aids off (except ABS1), SRF OFF, TC OFF
Default PD setup: 2.28.343
Praiano setup: 2.30.094