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DRR Sportsman
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Anyone use them?

https://www.quickcar.com/extreme/


Eric Macchiaroli
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roundy round stuff


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DRR Sportsman
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Yep....I kinda like the change color before doom option. It's these or Autometer Ultralite's.


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I have their switch panel and it is a very good product.


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I just browsed through their catalog. Seems like they sell many parts that drag racers could use as well. I like the look of the gauges.

PS: They have a picture of a Stock Eliminator Chevelle in the catalog,so I think you're allowed to use them in a drag application. Crazy Driver lol


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Well folks bought this instead..... oil pressure and water temp... Wink


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DE0_skQlxfs


Eric Macchiaroli
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roundy round stuff


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Well folks bought this instead..... oil pressure and water temp... Wink


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DE0_skQlxfs


Those are pretty cool. Remember though if you see the oil gauge or water temp flashing like that you can't go another lap. LOL



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Watched the video, looks good. The only thing I would be worried about that the LEDs could be to bright and distracting.
I don't know, can LEDs be dimmed with a rheostat?
In my 71 Chevelle I have my old Autometer gauges controlled by the factory head light switch.

And what's the difference between roundy round parts and point and shoot parts?
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I have the Tach in my car due to size limitations it works well and you can dim or brighten the display as needed.
 
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If its blinking and you are about to blow up...let up, shut it off and pull over. Save the track $300 in cleanup coast and your buddies the hassle of a long delay.

If you don't worry about blowing it up, take the gauges out, surprise us.

Circle track stuff, these guys relay on gauges 10x more than drag racers, no doubt.

I like Quickcar products, never had an issue with them.


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Well folks bought this instead..... oil pressure and water temp... Wink


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DE0_skQlxfs


Thanks! My AutoMeter water temp gauge sprung a leak where the tube goes into the fitting. It is a year old. I was going to replace it with the same thing but I like this better. I'll replace the rest of the gauges with Longacre in the future as well.
 
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We have some pretty good parts on our roundy round car.



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Well folks bought this instead..... oil pressure and water temp... Wink


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DE0_skQlxfs


Thanks! My AutoMeter water temp gauge sprung a leak where the tube goes into the fitting. It is a year old. I was going to replace it with the same thing but I like this better. I'll replace the rest of the gauges with Longacre in the future as well.


Water temp gauge showed up yesterday. looks very nice....what I like is the harness disconnects very close to the sensor so you don't have to pull the sensor out if the motor is coming out. Looks to be of good quality and everything to install is included.


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roundy round stuff Laughing very hard


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roundy round stuff Laughing very hard

Yes he plans on going rounds and rounds!!!
You wouldn’t know what that’s like. Full Moon
 
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^^^says another with a POS that I would easily trailer. NahNahTounge


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Personally as long as it's a good gauge I don't care if it came out of a u-boat.


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that's obvious


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Ed said Roundy Round, that must be his qualification of going rounds, because it dang sure isn't on the track, LOL.

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