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I stated above I calibrated my G-Tech at a drag strip. Once you do that you can make changes to your car and don't have to go back to the strip. It is worth doing.
Also - the drag strip starts timing as soon as the start beam is broken. You need to stage with zero roll out to get the most accurate readings from the G-tech.
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