Transponder mounting

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  • #40862
    cgordon
    Participant

    Where does the transponder have to be mounted for the CSC races? I didn’t find anything in the SKUSA rules on this.

    Thanks,
    Charles

    #50318
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Charles,
    Rule #20.2.7.7, No closer than 10 inches behind center line of kingpin.

    Bill

    #50319
    Angie MacEwen
    Participant

    Please, be sure to drill the holes for a zip tie to double secure the transponders. The track owners are nice enough to let us use their transponders without a rental fee. The zip tie will be required, and the cost of damaging a transponder will be high.

    Thanks!
    angie

    #50320
    cgordon
    Participant

    Angie,

    You are right. :look

    I looked in the TaG rules intead of SKUSA.

    Thanks,
    Charles

    #50321
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    So mounting the transponder on the back of my seat is not right for the CSC?

    #50322
    Mike Jansen
    Participant

    Rich,

    At least 10 inches BEHIND the kingpin. So you’re safe. Of course, if you and I hit the line side by side then i will beat you since my transponder mount is exactly 10.125″ from the kingpin

    8)

    #50323
    Doug Welch
    Participant

    Rich, the back of the seat is the right spot for Rotax/CIK mounting. For SKUSA, and most other sanctioning bodies, the side pod is the place. You can mount yours on the seat and give everyone else a half a kart head start!

    #50324
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Why does placement matter? That thing can’t weigh more than a matter of ounces :idn:

    #50325
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I just put a mount on the side pod, and one on the back of the seat. That way, I just choose the correct spot for the day. Sure makes it easier for a whole $5.

    Duff

    #50326
    Michael Hurley
    Participant

    Duff,

    Where can we attach the mount to the new Arrow side pods? :idn:

    Michael

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