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DRR Trophy
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The best delay box for a new dragster bracket build along with customer service.
 
Posts: 6 | Location: under the car | Registered: December 14, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
DRR Top Comp
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IMHO K&R hands down. As Ed would say, most people will recommend what they run.


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It's a matter of preference for the person driving the car. I use Digital delay stuff in my cars. Mostly because I am familiar with them and the numbers are bigger. The K&R work fine and have a smaller footprint. So if room in the dash is an issue I would use a K&R. Both companies have great customer service.


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Posts: 315 | Location: Massachusetts | Registered: March 15, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I like the Digital Delay boxes, and that's what I run, but I'm looking into both them and K&R when I upgrade my box......Both are great and work well....

Since it will be more a matter of preference, talk to some other racers that have both and look at them in their cars. Ask them what they like/don't like about them. Maybe that will help. I'm still leaning towards digital delay for my stuff, because the little switches on the K&R might be an issue for me getting in and out of the car.


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Originally posted by Cashflow:
IMHO K&R hands down. As Ed would say, most people will recommend what they run.

they will and I recommend K&R Big Grin


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DRR Trophy
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Checked out several boxes before changing out the one in my car. Went with the K&R Pro Cube with the Z Plus option. I was torn between that one and the Digital Delay box. Really like what I have....
 
Posts: 154 | Location: PA | Registered: December 31, 2016Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Digital Delay 625 for me, automatically fills in the dial board plus has the "push to release" z force thing as well

I have a 600 I will sale , gonna buy a 625 for a spare at somepoint


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My car has a mega 450, my wife’s car has a pro cube so I’m familiar with both. Like others have said it’s preference. I prefer the mega because I like the keypad dial in entry.

If you’re not getting a data logger or grid, you should get a digital delay box due to the rpm recording capability.
 
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As a guy who wires cars I have nothing to say negative about either one but, I do prefer Digital Delay over the rest. Charlie and his crew are nothing but the best with customer support. And their products are racer friendly.



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Posts: 2436 | Location: Wadsworth, Ohio | Registered: December 12, 2001Reply With QuoteReport This Post
DRR Trophy
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We used to be dedenbear guys for the longest time but ended up buying a car with a Mega 450 in it a couple years ago for my brother. That delay box is awesome, and I will likely replace my lightning with a 475 to control my dial board very soon.


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Posts: 410 | Location: Ohio | Registered: December 28, 2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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K&R in mine. Compact if you have space issues on your dash and super easy to use. If you use a K&R dial board it is plug and play with a fiber optic cable direct from the delay box. I wish the time on the 2 step was adjustable but that's the only negative I have.
 
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I like Digital delay


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I’ve had three delay box manufactures and think all are very good. For me it’s all about what the box is needed to do.

If wanting the delay box to shift your car on rpm, some Digital Delay and Dedenbear models offer this feature.
 
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I have the Digital Delay and the K&R...both quality products IMO.
 
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I recommend whatever I don't use. Yeah, I know that's getting close to the cone BUT it's the Truth! Laughing Hard


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Thorn Delay for the win!




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DRR Trophy
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Damn Barney. I thought my box was old.


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DRR Sportsman
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I like the Digital Delay also, being older I can see everything ok without glasses.
It can do all you will ever need to do.


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I have one of those bob's pro starts out of a car we used to have.


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