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Old 10-16-2005, 01:47 PM   #1
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im building my car and and trying to put a trans. mount just wondering if anyone know the dimension (size) of the handout transponder? coz space is kind of limited. thanks in advance!
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they require a body clip and a hole in your body....i suggest buying a personal transponder..there very small and count your practice laps as well.
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they require a body clip and a hole in your body....i suggest buying a personal transponder..there very small and count your practice laps as well.

i already own a personal transponder. the track that i am going to has old AMB system therefor requires a handout transponder. i dont want to put hole on my body thats why i am making a transponder mount. does anyone know the size of the handout trans?
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hole should be a little bigger than 1/4"(.275)

transponder body = 1.39"x1.23"
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Old 10-16-2005, 03:09 PM   #5
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thanks tres thats what im looking for
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i used a long body pin between the front posts with the transponder threaded on in between. no holes in the body required and i sits inside the body.
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Make sure to check with your track re: how to mount the transponder. Many tracks do not allow their handouts to be mounted outside the chassis (which is where most transponder mounts put it).
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i used a long body pin between the front posts with the transponder threaded on in between. no holes in the body required and i sits inside the body.

thats a great idea but my 1/12th doest have clearance in the front.
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anyone know the exact weight of the handouts?
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a little over 3/4 oz
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a little over 3/4 oz

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