Originally posted by 2BAD4ALL
Of course the G-9 doesn't offer many adjustments, but the last time I checked all you need in racing is throttle and brake. If you can regulate those 2 things with your finger you don't need any more adjustments. Most guys are too wrapped up in how many adjustments they can make with their speedo and think it can make up for being a crappy driver. Wake Up!!!
I tend to agree with you.... But on the other hand, if you mounted a LRP v7.1 - which you cant melt down
- wouldnt you drive just as good as with a Tekin, even though it's silky smooth?
Buying expensive stuff, wont take you to the podium. As an example, my Pro2, P2K, LRP v7.1 and Presto from the previous millenium, has taken me to the podium, a couple of times. But some stuff suits a certain man/woman better, than other.
I've finally upgraded my v7.1 to the Rocket Max. And I really like the ability to set it up, to suit my needs and preferences. Because that v7.1 is made for mod, and untill now, I race stock exclusively.
Ohh, and I really agree with you, that I wont get a tiny-micro-speedo, before they fix these melt-down problems
One thing, I really enjoy by racing older stuff, is when I beat the guys with their hyper-gismos
Last night was my first night with the Rocket Max. That frequency-auto-shift thing works well. Smooth when needed - and raw power when needed
However, I havent tested deep (time limit!), but the first impression was definately, that this speedo helps me runnung a smoother line.