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ok guys what is the favorite


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Posts: 1434 | Location: texas | Registered: February 17, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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When I was getting prepared for 370 Pro Tree 6.50 index I tested all of em.

This is the quickest I found.

ART has em.



 
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mike did you try the one biondo sells


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mike did you try the one biondo sells


I tried a couple micro's and the B&M red mushroom I Super Pro bracket raced.

The ART was substantially quicker than all, micro is slow.

If a Biondo is quicker than a ART, that's a bad dude.

Mash em together, pull em apart test.
 
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Only reason I got this was because ART said they sell no China made anything.

We actually bought this for a dragster I was working on and the dude gave it to me. Kinda pricey, I think they're $75.00 - $80.00 bucks 5-6 years ago.

It's fast I'll tell ya that.

 
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I put in a Biondo double 0 button when I built the car brand new. I have tried others including the mushroom button over the years and always go back to it.
https://www.biondoracing.com/product/TBB-DO.html
 
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I put in a Biondo double 0 button when I built the car brand new. I have tried others including the mushroom button over the years and always go back to it.
https://www.biondoracing.com/product/TBB-DO.html


I have that one as well. Works good for me...I can easily go red with it on a pro tree.....


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thanks for resposes guys,time for a change,im sure the problem is not me


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I like this style button. I run true .500 pro tree no electronics classes as well as super pro with a box.
I feel it's consistent since I can string good RTs (.000-.015) on a pro tree when my head is screwed on right!
I have it adjusted to my liking.

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Almost allways found the problem was me. But I prefer the Soft touch mushroom button from Number 1 Stop Products. Soft touch makes it more consistent.Charly at Digital Delay may have them also.


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Wonder if anyone has tested buttons for z force. Not sure that would matter,but it is different motion.

Also is there a web site for ART button. tried google and no luck.




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Wonder if anyone has tested buttons for z force. Not sure that would matter,but it is different motion.

Also is there a web site for ART button. tried google and no luck.


https://www.appliedracing.com/
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I thought it was probably time to change mine so got the Biondo double O and don't see a way to mount it without a lot of cutting and modifying.
The open part to get to the nut on the back side is on the top and can't be accessed when mounting on the right side.
Did anyone else run into this, it an 05 Undercover with the butterfly wheel.
 
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I thought it was probably time to change mine so got the Biondo double O and don't see a way to mount it without a lot of cutting and modifying.
The open part to get to the nut on the back side is on the top and can't be accessed when mounting on the right side.
Did anyone else run into this, it an 05 Undercover with the butterfly wheel.


Don I have mine on a butterfly wheel on the right. Just adjust the nut on the back to the depth you want and tighten the bezel on the front
 
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thanks for resposes guys,time for a change,im sure the problem is not me


Rusty, have you tried a new Solenoid? When I think there is an issue that is one of first things I do.


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i went with the button mike suggested,i have not changed the solenoid although its not very old(i know i know).i did however i find seveveral small issues that i think will correct everything but me,lol


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The only two buttons posted that aren't a common Micro Switch are the Mushroom and the rare piece Mike posted.


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I looked on ART's site. I typed "button" in the search bar. I found the one Mike posted for $69


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yes mike thinks its quicker ,most people think all of the mushroom buttons are the same.that one is obviously constructe different.i dont need one quicker per say but if it has a better spring maybe it will also be more consistent.there is a certain amount of travel past the set point of the button,i think that is why i had changed out mine before to a microswitch.


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