Longacre Stopwatch 100 Lap Memory Hand Held#22164 Case Spilt Time Recall Joes on 2040-parts.com
Miami, Florida, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:LON22164
Universal 100 Lap Memory Stopwatch With Case (22164) by Longacre®. 100 lap memory, Recall lap and split times, Shows average and fastest lap. Shows total run time; Backlit display. How do you make your car faster and utilize practice time most efficiently? One way is to be aware of your corner times. By breaking down the track into segments you can quickly identify where you most need to improve the car.
Specifications:Lap Count: 100Lap Memory: 100Backlight: YesFits Longacre Clipboards: NoBattery: CR2032Features:100 lap memoryRecall lap & split timesShows average & fastest lapShows total run timeBacklit displayComes with silver storage case
Since 1978, Longacre® has been a leading innovator in the design and development of top-of-the-line racing products. It set itself apart by exceptional quality, innovation and leading-edge technology incorporated in its creations, and which is why speed maniacs and the most recognized names in modern-day racing rely on top-grade Longacre products in finding their way to victory lane. For those who is looking to fine tune their set up with consistent results, superior Longacre Computerscales, tire pressure gauges, durometers, memory tire pyrometers, caster camber gauges are what the doctor ordered. Longacre also offers the widest selection of premium dash and switch panels, brake lines and fittings, safety wires and pliers, and many more.
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