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Old 08-26-2006, 10:08 AM   #1
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LAP TIMER QUESTION

Which way should the receivers look at: MSR Houston, TWS (Texas World Speedway), MSR Cresson. I'm "guessing" MSR Houston - Right, TWS (Texas World Speedway) - LEFT, MSR - Cresson (running CCW) - Right?
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Old 08-26-2006, 11:09 AM   #2
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on the left side for TWS (Texas World Speedway) and MSRH

did you get a light beacon timer or an electronic transponder
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This is the one I got: http://www.cc-2000.com/xtracing/en/ultra-lap/index.html
So it is on the LEFT at Houston.
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yes on the left, that is the same timer i have, but i always have trouble with Buck and or Jerry getting the recvr beacon out on the track and WORKING. i about this everytime i am out there and still haven't gotten any lap times from my timer and i know it works, it's brand new and has never had a time recorded on it..
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I bought the transmitter too, so if we have trouble maybe we can get them to work with my transmitter, if Buck and Jerry will let us set up our own transmitter.
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I bought the transmitter too, so if we have trouble maybe we can get them to work with my transmitter, if Buck and Jerry will let us set up our own transmitter.
awesome Doug, yes, jerry will let us put one out if someone has one, i think the problem with theirs is a battery issue
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yes on the left, that is the same timer i have, but i always have trouble with Buck and or Jerry getting the recvr beacon out on the track and WORKING. i about this everytime i am out there and still haven't gotten any lap times from my timer and i know it works, it's brand new and has never had a time recorded on it..
Keep ' or buy your own there Carbon........ Some smart guy walked off with mine and the one the track has never seems to get the battery charged. Get a transponder, .000 timing and a print out at the end of the day, as well as a complete lap history on file. No battery required!!
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Keep ' or buy your own there Carbon........ Some smart guy walked off with mine and the one the track has never seems to get the battery charged. Get a transponder, .000 timing and a print out at the end of the day, as well as a complete lap history on file. No battery required!!
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it's just a little frustating having one and not working but, truth be told, i am not sure if i really want to know what my lap times are.. :eh:

could be good but, it could be dissapointing also..

you know who this "smart guy" is? can we not convince him to give it back or else.
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i've got both units. i know where the lap timer is, i'll see if i can find the transmitter for the 16th.
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