Considering the Purchase of a Used Racepak V-Net Drag Race Data System?| 01/14/2018
The rugged design of Racepak products provides years of service, often for multiple customers, between multiple vehicles, through the used market.
Before purchasing a used Racepak data system, there are a number details to verify, as often times the costs to refurbish a data system due to missing components, cut cables and Racepak factory labor, can exceed the cost of a new system.
If you wish to send your used system to Racepak, we will set up and check the system out for a $100 system setup fee, plus whatever items are missing from the complete system. You can save yourself a little time and money by doing this at home, checking the components you have against the list below to determine what (if any) items you are missing to complete your Racepak V300SD or V500SD system. For your ordering convenience, a list of part numbers and their corresponding links can be found at the bottom of this page.
Racepak Glossary of Terms| 01/14/2018
Find the meaning of commonly referenced Racepak terms.
What Is V-NET Technology| 01/14/2017
Racepak’s Vehicle Network (V-Net) is a “smart data” transfer network providing the ability to transmit multiple signals from each sensor over a single cable. This technology creates a system in which the individual components interact with each other; making a simpler, more compact system which can be expanded with ease.
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How to change a Quick Fuel carburetor jet.
Secrets to Successfully Using an MSD Magnetic and Non-Magnetic Pickup| 12/01/2013
Every ignition system requires a trigger signal to accurately fire and deliver a high voltage spark from the coil. There are several ways this is achieved, from mechanical breaker points to magnetic pickups, optical triggers and other electronic switches which all serve the same function; to accurately trigger the ignition at the correct moment for the ideal spark timing.
Spark Plugs| 06/30/2012
The spark plug is the final step for the ignition process. All of the voltage and energy build up to make a final leap across the plug gap which initiates combustion of the fuel mixture.
You can have the most powerful ignition available and tuned to perfection, but without a battery to fire things up, you’ll be going no where. The battery is the main source of power for a performance ignition system, and you need to be sure that it’s capable of having the juice you need get the engine fired up. Not to mention to supply the ignition with current and voltage created by the alternator.