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04-18-2005 01:24 PM
ronhix Love my XT Ultra-Lap timer. Especially when I remember to bring fresh batteries for it!!
04-18-2005 12:58 PM
Ernie catch the nesba guys up in WI or IN and buy it at the track if you're there doing a day. just tell them to bring one for you and pay them there. no sales tax
04-18-2005 12:30 PM
WELEPRO Thanks guys!'s definatly cheaper with our discount.... Ebay was $180 + shipping.

Thanks again!
04-18-2005 11:19 AM
Ernie what are the prices on ebay? you already get them at a decent price just for being a nesba member...

check out
04-18-2005 11:16 AM
G2G Just get the timer. The chances of you being at a trackday with out someone having a transmitter is slim to none.
04-18-2005 11:08 AM
Question About Lap Timers I'm a noobie to the track, but am hooked after the first day. So now I'm looking at all the fun toys I can blow my money on. A lap timer is one of them! I plan on getting one before my next event at blackhawk...but am looking for suggestions.

Looks like a lot of people are using the XT Ultra-Lap timer. And it would appear I can get a pretty good deal on these on ebay. But do I just need to get the timer itself? I assume the transmitter is already set up at the track correct? Anything else I need to know about these little guys would be great.


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