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Old 04-07-2005, 05:44 PM   #1
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was wonder which is better for touring car stock

gt7 or Q2

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Old 04-07-2005, 08:01 PM   #2
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In stock at my track i have seen like 6 GT7's quite working
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Old 04-07-2005, 08:13 PM   #3
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Never ever had problems with my GT7. That thing is such a solid spedo its insane. An in fact i know of a sponsored driver that decided to return his keyence spedo after trying the GT7; so you know it must be good.

I would like to try the gtx however
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was wonder which is better for touring car stock

gt7 or Q2

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why not take a gtx instead of gt7. i think gtx is the newer high range
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Hands down Q2 in my opinion, lifetime guarantee and new ESC if it burns up because of failure really works if you have a receipt, Not my experience with Novak...
KO VFS-1 Pro looks awsome though
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I haven't tried the GT7 but I know lots of people who have them and they all love them. I have the GTX and its absolutly awesome.
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I have never had a problem with my GT7,they are agreat speedo.Novak's coustomer service is outstanding if you do have a problem.
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My only problem with the GT7 was the SIZE of the thing...it's HUGE compared to the QC2....

the GTX is a more reasonable size, but Novak (much like they did with the XXL) has placed buttons, lights, connections etc on the dies of the unit....where are you supposed to mount it and be able to see the indicator lights and still access the program button????
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