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G-tech Pro performance meter
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- Date: Mon, 26 Aug 1996 14:02:16 -0500
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I just bought a G-tech pro this weekend. I thought some of you might
be interested in what it can do.
60-0 braking (feet)
1/4 time and terminal speed,
accelerating and breaking G's,
lateral G's both sustained and peak,
Its smaller than most radar detectors and just plugs into the
supposedly a better device than the far more expensive Varicom unit.
So far it seems to work pretty well, is easy enough to use and the
measurements are pretty close to what I'd expect for my car and its
modifications. However I haven't tested it against any other device.
Perhaps I'll take it out to the dragstrip this week to get an idea of
its consistency and accuracy. Even if its not totally true to
"real-world" measures It probably provides some quantifying measure
for comparing changes made (e.g. does the K&N really help?).
Anyway, I have no personal interest/relationship with the
manufacturer. Just a satisfied customer.