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Race Car Electronics & Components
What is a race radio?
A race radio is a two-way unit programmed to one or more specific frequencies used for drivers and pit crews to communicate during a race. You must purchase a license for radio frequencies in the geographical area where you will be racing. Race radios come pre-programmed or you can purchase them blank and have them programmed after purchase.
What does a transponder do for racing?
A racing transponder measures your lap times around the track, right down to the precious millisecond. It is crucial to know your lap times so your team can adjust your car before, or during, a race to give you the best possible track position.
What does a radio box do?
A radio box holds your race car radio securely in place while driving. Most radio boxes come with hook and loop straps to hold the unit in place and feature internal padding to prevent damage to your racing radio.