No not me but someone from here in conjunction with the track I go to. You know the so called fake track. LOL
They probably have a printer somewhere. It's just a screen on a pedestal. The screen works like the app on the phone. I saw a pic somewhere of one. Maybe on the dyno geeks website...
That is my point. It was not 82f.
The thermometer in the car read 97f , the kestral was a bit higher at the same time.
The thermometer on the restaurant read 36c so about 98f.
Yes it can be sent in to be calibrated. They say no need to for 5yrs. Mine is a week old.
My last run at 1:20 reads...
I'm using the kestrel as accurate at Napierville for a few reasons.
No nearby weather stations. All are about an hour away in or closer to Montreal.
The whole reason I bought this was because of the discrepancy in temperature at track physically or on the apps which are reading 15 to 20+ f...
It was like that here that weekend. ADO had grains at 105 humidity was in the 80% range I think and even though they had the temp at 85f I saw a thermometer at 40c in the shade so about 104f.
I felt like 🤢🤮💩.
The weekend before I wore my fire jacket to stay warm. LOL
Love the north. 🤣🤣
The instructions for the handheld did mention setting the altitude or baro as a known factor so I used the altitude knowing that for sure.
After setting the altitude the DA did read different. I just can't recall the change. Even taking the Kestrel out of the equation there is often 600' +/-...
Yes the humidity and grains were lower than the last time out 2wks ago.
The last time in the heat the car was warm and iat's were high. Around the 1/8 mile I could feel the car start to pull harder then it fell on it's face at the end of the track. This time it didn't do either of those.