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DRR Trophy
Picture of Dale Greenawald
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I am looking to get another trans brake button. What button do you guys like better. Just-n-time or apex.
Thanks.


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Posts: 74 | Location: Burgettstown,Pa. | Registered: March 17, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Dale......from my experience.

This is the button I use

https://www.grainger.com/produ...ue&searchQuery=6x286

The 20 amp version

https://www.grainger.com/produ...ue&searchQuery=6x288


I have found these to be very consistent and also the fastest releasing I've used. Mine is mounted through the steering wheel and shimmed with a couple washers to take all the travel out of it. I've carried as much as 1.165 in the delay with this button...although my ride is set-up for a .400 tree.


Eric Macchiaroli
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Posts: 641 | Location: Allison Park PA | Registered: February 25, 2000Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Dale is not running a box so he needs a slow button, that is why he is looking at adjustable.
 
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DRR Sportsman
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When we run in a no box class with our roadster we use the Apex button. A spring change seems to adjust the delay correct. It works great. We have never used the Just-in Time so I cant say what one to pick.
 
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DRR Trophy
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Thanks Clint. I should have been more specific.
I am running no-box. I had the terminator button and really liked it, but I got a faster car and was looking for a slower button.
It seems these 2 are comparable.
I just want to know what you guys think.


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Posts: 74 | Location: Burgettstown,Pa. | Registered: March 17, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
DRR Sportsman
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I have both an Apex, and a Just-In-Time, with extra springs and spacers if you are looking to save some money on them. Just PM me, and I will check to see all the extra stuff I have tonight...
 
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I to have Just n Time I am not using. Simply could not get it to work right on my Altered. That car can go red on Pro Tree and could not kill enough to make it consistent with my car. I do think the Just in Time is the better product and would work really well for most door cars.


Bruce Dodson
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Originally posted by green1:
Dale is not running a box so he needs a slow button, that is why he is looking at adjustable.


Gotcha Wink


Eric Macchiaroli
S/R3355 80 Arrow

 
Posts: 641 | Location: Allison Park PA | Registered: February 25, 2000Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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JUST-IN TIME BUTTON HANDS DOWN NO OTHER QUESTIONS OR SUGGESTIONS NECESSARY!!!
 
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