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#1 Post by BracketNova » Sat Jan 16, 2010 10:29 pm

What's evetyone liking these days for pyrometers. I was going to get an Autometer to match my other gauges, but now I'm leaning toward a digital one with a peak hold...I'll just mount it in my glovebox and check the peak in the pits.
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Re: Pyrometers

#2 Post by vegaracer » Sun Jan 17, 2010 8:55 am

I'm running the computech dual probe and I like it. Its triggered off the transbrake and records max temp and time that it happened at, temp at a user specified time into the run at two different points and temp when you left the line.
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