GTech

Dushkwoneshe

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Is anyone still using the old original GTechPro?

How is/was the accuracy & reliability?



Just wonderin

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Dr_EluSivE

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i have one but the calibration was off when i first got it. its pretty accurate now after i took it apart and calibrated it. if you get one make sure and check it . All the calibration info is on the Gtech site.

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Mine gives back to back consistent times which is what you want if you are using it for tuning purposes.It will never give the same times as at a track because the method of timing is different.The G-tech starts timing the instant the vehicle starts to move, at a track the timing starts when the tire clears the beam so you get a bit of a rolling start.Also the G-tech records the speed at the end of the 1/4 mile but at a track your speed is the average speed between two markers located before and after the 1/4.
 

Dushkwoneshe

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351LX said:
...what you want if you are using it for tuning purposes.

I ordered one---should be here Tues or Wed. I couldn't afford one of the new
"RR"'s rite now------maybe next year. I just got one of the orig ones from a
guy in upstate SC. Sposta be a "NEW" one, tho.

Everyone at work wants to borrow it already & I don't even have it yet.
 

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351LX said:
Mine gives back to back consistent times which is what you want if you are using it for tuning purposes.It will never give the same times as at a track because the method of timing is different.The G-tech starts timing the instant the vehicle starts to move, at a track the timing starts when the tire clears the beam so you get a bit of a rolling start.Also the G-tech records the speed at the end of the 1/4 mile but at a track your speed is the average speed between two markers located before and after the 1/4.


Interesting, i didnt know that ! :)