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Old 05-07-2009, 08:22 AM   #41
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I bought the Mychron Light TG and love it. I picked it up for 150 shipped off of the WERA forum.

I've never owned or really got a chance to use and learn the XT Ultra, but this one is pretty easy to figure out. You can program all the tracks in its memory, and at each track day you can select what track you are at and it will save all of your lap times for each individual track. It has a large display and very easy to read.

Either way I dont think you can go wrong with the XT Ultra or Mychron....
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Old 05-07-2009, 10:28 AM   #42
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WHY THE NEED FOR A LAP TIMER? get to the point where you are comfortable on the bike and at the track and then worry about times. Right now just go enjoy the ride and focus all your attention on whats going on around you not the last lap you posted or what's your fastest. at this level you should improve throughout the day, worrying about a lap timer will surely make you crash. That's when you start pushing it and end up on your in the grass (hopefully) Just an in experienced guy's opinion. Feel free to flame me now
Dean, did you suggest him get a sun dial?
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Old 05-07-2009, 12:38 PM   #43
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Dean, did you suggest him get a sun dial?
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you will know when your picking up speed. I just don't think he is to a point where he needs to worry about lap times yet. heck I dont think I am either. When I get to the point where I dont see, or feel any progression i will get a racepak like you. Oh wait I am working on getting one now. but only because of it's advantages off the bike and away from the track. I can study, lize or do whatever and then go practice it a turn or two at a time like racer997 advised him. Only i will know exactly what you Mr. gabe are doing and will attempt to duplicate it.

See how easy improving lap times would be then with out worrying about it lap to lap?

again i dont know ne thing just advising a buddy
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