yeah, i saw these babies in the magazines.. i was kinda curious too. I have better things to spend money on right now- but heck.. if anybody's got one- let us know if it was a waste or not. ThanksEXACTA said:Please don't flame, I searched. What I could not find is has anyone actually compaired the results from a g-timer to a drag strip slip??
One I am considering is the Passport g-timer by Escort. It claims accuracy of 50-100 milliseconds. (escortstore.com) Reportability provides continuous acceleration, turning, etc.. g-forces. Also calculates horspower after entering cars weight.stoner said:I've heard they are about .4-.6 seconds off from 1/4 mile times, and a few mph off. The G-Force thing seemed pretty accurate...I don't know...I guess it's okay but I'd rather have something very precise...moreso than the g-tech pro.
Yeah, I have the G-Timer 2, and I get about the same, consistently. It took me a good few tries to get the launch right, however. If I'm nicer to the clutch, I get a [email protected] run like C/D did. Seems pretty accurate.NateCBR said:very damn close. i ran consistant 14.2's at 99mph. pretty accurate to me