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US $1,800.00
Location:

Omaha, Nebraska, United States

Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Davis Warranty:No

Like new Davis Technologies TMS-750 traction control.

Key Benefits:

  • No External Sensors
  • Extremely Fast- Reacts Within One Cylinder Firing
  • Very Affordable
  • Compact size- 2.2" x 1" x 3.4"    (5oz.)
  • Can Easily Be Moved To Other Chassis
  • Better Lap Times / More Consistent
  • Lower Tire Temps / Longer Tire Wear
  • MSD®,HEI, Magnetos, Electronic Points
  • Non Self-Learning

 

The TMS-750 is our entry level Traction Control system. Whether you are running Late Models, Modifieds, Sprints, Dirt, or Asphalt, Davis Technologies Traction Control can hook you up.

If you are running an MSD®, HEI, Electronic Points, or Magneto, we have a system for you.

These units are great for the budget-minded racer running shorter races where conditions will not change greatly during the race.

As always, you can upgrade a TMS-750 to a TMS-750-SL Self-Learning unit at any time for the price difference.

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