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motoxdad143

November 20, 2009 11:09 PM

A speedometer? You can tell you don't know anything about racing. It's a Pi System data system which will do everything including telling you the exhaust temp at the pipe, the head temp, lap times, rpm's, etc etc. Try educating yourself before making such a foolish statement.

motoxdad143 - Unregistered

November 28, 2009 7:26 AM

These have been used on gokarts, both asphalt AND dirt for many many years. Looking shiny and bright after 1 lap or 30 mins plus TWO laps, won't buy you a cup of coffee but the data you get, will get you a lot of wins for free, if your crew is smart enough to interpret and disseminate the info correctly! :)

motoxdad143 - Unregistered

November 28, 2009 7:35 AM

And Jimbo? Giving your comment a bit more thought, does that mean the "everything" we have on our bikes that are bright and shiny when we begin the first moto should be "unplugged or removed" since it's going to get dirty, dusty and or muddy? lol - if that's so, we won't get many moto's in lol. :p

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