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Is there a passage in the rule book describing this requirement in detail?
One question:Rugged Radios has agreed to sponsor us with a discount, but I'm honestly really surprised at how much comms cost, even with the discount. Are there any lower budget solutions out there for Vehicle to Pit/Pit to Vehicle and Driver to Co-Driver communications? Similar to what LeadNav is doing for Navigation (as a cheaper Lowrance alternative)?For example, I've looked at bluetooth motorcycle Driver to Rider devices that could help with comms for $150 or so on Amazon.Thanks everyone.
there are some nice cheap radio solution. I use a Baofang hand held which is the same radio rugged radios sells but I paid 25 bucks for it and rugged programmed it. you can buy the in car units as well for like 100 bucks and rugged will program it.
Something like this:https://www.amazon.com/Baofeng-BF-9500-400-470MHz-Transceiver-Vehicle/dp/B00RFI8YXKI assume we'd need 2 to do Car to Pits / Pits to Car? What about Driver/Co-Driver intercom?
I think a lot of people go with mesh for visibility. Visibility will be garbage anyway with 5 point harness, helmet, HANS and all that
you guys have a pumper for fresh air?
No, was looking at RaceAir Dual. It's down the priority list though https://www.pciraceradios.com/collections/raceair/products/raceair-dual-packageSuggestions?
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What kind of seat is that?
He said they were PRP Ivan Stewart Pro Seats.
- Fuel Line Adapters: I ran the fuel line plumbing as far as I could without a pump to ultimately tie into. Russell for lines and fittings was an obvious choice. The 5/16" quick connector fit the larger Supply line fine. I had to make an adapter out of fuel line and a doubled-up connector for the smaller Return line - in theory it should be very strong, but we'll find out when we test it. I literally inserted the OEM Supply line into the Male Adapter and ran fuel line across the top of both with clamps on both sides, so it's technically doubled-up.
agreed. Looks more like a trail fix. You dropped some $$$ on good parts for the fuel system may as well do it right.
I would be worried about the little rubber part. It looks super jancky. Why not pull the line and braze a AN fitting to the end? It would take a few min and remove a failure point.
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