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Educate me on laptimers

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    Junior Member Crconnor18's Avatar
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    Educate me on laptimers


    So Iíve already spent the first half of my money on the last 4 rounds of racing and Iím looking to get some help on a lap timer purchase.

    I see some upwards of $500 while others like the SV racing product that is sub-$50. I donít need any crazy bells and whistles just a run of the mill lap unit to track my times for each session/race.

    What are you guys using and are there any specific models/manufactures I should avoid or live by?

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    Re: Educate me on laptimers

    Qstarz for me

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    Re: Educate me on laptimers

    Is the SV-racing product a beacon type? I would pass on that. I would stick with a GPS unit.
    I have not looked in a long while, but when I did QStarz was where it was at for my money. I bought a LT-6000 and use about maybe 1/4 of the features it has. In retrospect I should have just bought the Q1000 self contained model. Nearly everyone I know that uses that likes it.

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    Re: Educate me on laptimers

    Just use it at track days but another vote for the QStarz Stuff. Has a lot of useful features. We have the old Q1000.

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    Re: Educate me on laptimers

    I have a MotoD Next timer and really like it.
    Basic lap timing works great. Can put on computer for data log info later. Can overlay information on videos. $400.
    Only thing I don't like is sometimes it doesn't pick up which track I'm at and I have to set track manually. There's like 50 tracks and you can only cycle in one direction so if you go past you have to do whole cycle again.

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