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DRR Sportsman
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I am working on a new car for super comp and having been away from racing for a bit was wondering what is the go to delay box and ignition setups?
 
Posts: 685 | Location: Anderson SC. | Registered: July 10, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
DRR S/Pro
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MSD Grid ignition. Delay box is completely based on user preference.


Tony Leonard
 
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DRR Sportsman
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K&R


Michael Frizie
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Posts: 571 | Location: Winston, GA | Registered: April 10, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
DRR Pro
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Grid for ignition, Digital Delay or K&R for delay box....Haven't seen many dedenbear out there anymore......


Mark Goulette
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"Speed kills but it's better than going slow!"
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K&R delay box and switch panel MSD Grid
 
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DRR Trophy
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MSD Grid for sure, delay box can be any of the K&R, Digital Delay or the Dedenbear delay boxes are still solid pieces. I currently have a Dedenbear, but I'd really like to go to a Digital Delay/Biondo box.


Nick Craig

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DRR Sportsman
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Grid for ignition for sure.

Delay box is your preference. I have a Mega 450 in my car and my wife has a K&R Pro Cube. Mostly the same features but the mega 450 has the option to record RPM. But you won’t need that because the grid does it.

I would recommend going to the track and getting someone to show you their Mega box and someone else to show you their K&R then you can decide what you prefer.
 
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DRR Pro
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I currently have a mega 400 in my stuff. works perfectly but gonna upgrade to a 450 I think. I need the backlit keypad as the 400 isn't....gonna sell it......


Mark Goulette
Owner/Driver of the Livin' The Dream Racing dragster
www.livinthedreamracing.com
"Speed kills but it's better than going slow!"
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DRR Sportsman
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My new to me car has the digital delay elite 625 in it. I really like the relay board it uses, only a cable runs to the box and all wiring goes to the board. It also has the push to release option, same as K&R zforce.
 
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DRR Sportsman
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I would go with K&R box and wiring kit and the grid. thats what I have had in all my cars.


Mike Buchwald


 
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If you don't have the right converter and carburetor, none of the other stuff matters Wink

SL...
 
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Welcome back, always good to have more racers! I would probably buy the Grid now also but I have been using an MSD Digital Programmable 6 for a long time and it seems to work fine. Didn't cost an arm or a leg either.

I use a K&R box also, smaller and I feel easier than the other boxes.

For a carburetor there are several out there but Mark Whitener does a great job. Converters is pick your poison. I have several different ones.


Clowns to the left of me, Jokers to the right. Here I am.......
 
Posts: 5288 | Location: stuck in the middle with you! | Registered: March 11, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
DRR Sportsman
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Originally posted by DragRaceResults:
If you don't have the right converter and carburetor, none of the other stuff matters Wink

SL...


Thats a whole different can of worms with endless opinions.


The Pull-Out....for when you want to work smarter, not harder!!!
 
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Originally posted by DragRaceResults:
If you don't have the right converter and carburetor, none of the other stuff matters Wink

SL...


Is it getting boring in here? Big Grin
 
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DRR Sportsman
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Originally posted by DragRaceResults:
If you don't have the right converter and carburetor, none of the other stuff matters Wink

SL...


I would agree. Thankfully when I sold off all of my other stuff I managed to keep one of my motors, trans and three converters that were built for this combination. I know with the new car it may need some adjustments.
 
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