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Old 07-29-2002, 05:53 PM
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...... Have your laptop set up in your car when you run at the strip? Would there be any interest in some sort of holder to keep the laptop within easy reach? I am thinking of fabricating something up if the interest is there. What's a fair price for a real class setup?
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There's a couple mounts available from an outfit that supplies police cars. Sort of expensive ($180-240). I would like to fasten the laptop down inside the car. I don't actually need it when I run, because the MoTeC has internal logging capability. But seems like it would be easier to always have the laptop in place and connected.

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