Two red tail lights like on the highway. Your brake lights should be dual filament and you should be able to run a lead to it to power them up.Do you mean the desert tail light or two red tail lights like you'd run on the highway?
The chatterbox and other parts that I have are already next to my helmet ready to go. Anybody need a set of spare VW studs and lug nuts?Hey Troy, just a little reminder, when you have time can you throw that chatterbox intercom in with the gear for Fallon, Thanks
Good catch. I didn't see that. I know Wes is out marking course this weekend so we won't get an answer until Monday. The forum post by Wes could just be his way of joking with us. Not really funny though.That's what was posted - good to know - thanks for the up date.
Just went back to the vorra web site and on the home page it does say after - but in the forum it said maybe befor - someone needs to get it correct.
Hey if you ever need any help with anything let me know. I live in Chico most of the time and usually go to redding a few days a week where my dad has a fab/machine shop.Blew motor at yerrington. Have been working to upgrade engine but having ecu issues. truck will not make it but I'll be there to help.
I was at Sand Mountain last weekend, it looked like a new cell tower near Salt Wells and I had full signal on my AT&T phone and my wife as well on her Verizon phone.Cell phones are sketchy outside of main pit as far as I remember. The gas line is just far enough from the highway that there isn't good coverage. Or, the chase guy we sent out there didn't have a cell and his handheld went dead so he just stayed there.
Our race radios work great out there. Last year I could hear CP2 on my handheld from SF. The canyons you can't get out of very well and that's usually where the car breaks down.
My XM radio works everywhere on the track though