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Old 03-11-2010, 04:07 PM   #1
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Default Brushless speedos comparison

Hi Guys, who has compared the different brushless speedos against each other and what have the found would be intresting to know?


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Old 03-11-2010, 08:57 PM   #2
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The new Tekin RS series with programable timing etc has made all others' obsolete until they catch up with the new technology.
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What class do you want to run? Ive picked up half a second going from SPX to V203 but im losing time in the corners still as i learn to drive the new power band. Some classes the older speedos are holding their own still. I haven't seen the SXX Stock spec yet but when going that speedo has just as much go as the Tekin with the Euro and Titc results showing that. One of the guys locally who runs the Mamba max pro has just as much speed as the V203 in 17.5 with that speedy having way more bottom end. The KoBMC and Spx have only just become old in 17.5 but seem to be fine in our 10.5 super stock class. Over half the field have SPX in 10.5 here and the racing between them and V203 is very close. If we're talking mod this is all irrelevant and you could break out an old GTB and a 4.0 and still be quick
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