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DRR S/Pro
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What do you use ?


HAVE THEY CALLED US YET ? THEY HAVE!!!
 
Posts: 2467 | Location: OLD NICK OUT ON THE TRACK OR IN THE DESERT | Registered: March 09, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
DRR Trophy
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Portatree next gen is what I use. I really like it.
 
Posts: 34 | Location: Minnesota | Registered: May 21, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
DRR Sportsman
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Nothing compares to the port-a-tree next gen eliminator. I purchased through biondo

https://www.biondoracing.com/p...t-gen-practice-tree/
 
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We’ve got one for sale


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DRR S/Pro
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I sold mine a long time ago, used it at first then it just sat there collecting dust
 
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same here, waste of $


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DRR Sportsman
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I have the Eliminator too, it is the best of the 3 I have owned. That being said, it collects dust, like Steve & Ed said. I might hit it a few times before the first trip to the track of a new season, but usually not.
I gotta say though, I have been using a trans brake whenever it's legal for several years now, which allows me to react to the flash of the bottom bulb with my heavy car, and I don't think a practice tree can improve your natural reactions much, if at all.

Different story when I was footbraking, for 25+ years I had to count bulbs to cut a .00x-.01x light. The practice tree was extremely valuable in "fine-tuning" the clock in my head back then.
So I would say if you are new to drag racing, or an anticipator / bulb counter, then yes, a practice tree can be useful. Otherwise, I think not so much.


Dan "Jim" Moore
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DRR S/Pro
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I have the Next Gen, and it’s nice, but I also have the Pocket and find I use that way more. No cords, easy to pick up and move around.


Tony Leonard
 
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