Here’s a video of the new Bump Boxes current user interface. You can set two different bump lengths, for each button used. The video is a bit slow so feel free to skip parts.
The screen lock is there to make sure that vibration or an accidental press doesn’t change your settings. If you have any questions just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will happily help you.
The next version of the Bump Box is coming along, so you can control your T-Brake no matter if it’s a 2-wire or 1-wire.
It’s summer and race season for all the drag racers out there!
We’re continuing to develop the bump box according to driver feedback, and I’m happy to announce that we’ll be bringing out a “positive switching” model for anyone with a 1-wire transbrake. This means that no matter what kind of transbrake you have installed on your transmission, you’ll be set with a Bump Box from us.
Here’s one of Ossi’s runs (at 7:13:00) using a Bottne Bump Box from the Nitro Nationals at Alastaro circuit a few weeks back. Click here to read more about what our Bump Box can do for you.
Measuring Fuel Consumption
We have a special kind of unit for monitoring fuel levels and consumption coming up. It will be directed at endurance track racers and anyone else who needs to keep a keen eye on fuel used. We’re looking at enabling later refuels with more confidence. Find us on facebook here!
Summer is getting close and what a suitable time to have our Bump Box featured in V8-Magazine, the most popular american car and drag racing magazine in Finland.
V8-Magazine or ‘veekasi’ in Finnish has been operating for close to 40 years, and is unique in it’s popularity in Finland. It is a showcase for all kinds of american car builds both internationally and in Finland.
Our Bump Box is our solution to staging your drag car. A simple-to-use tool at a competitive price. It features up to two bump lengths to set. You can adjust PWM frequency to soften your bumps or set buttons to move the car as long as your hold the button. Check it out for yourself here!
Big thanks to our customer Ossi Oikarinen for his help, you can find him and his car on twitter.