Don't see your bike on the list? No worries. You can still do a standard installation with an MXL or MyChron3 system with sensors. The TG Log system is another option.
Special Note for Ducati Motorcycles: Ducati bikes have an 'immobilizer' circuit built into the dash, which prevents plug and play replacement. You can still do a standard installation.
Call us at 800.718.9090 and we'll recommend a system tailored to your bike, riding style, racing program and budget.
RRW Chooses MyChron Light TG Lap Timer for Superbike Shootouts: "worked flawlessly"
Road Racing World magazine used the MyChron Light TG lap timer for several recent track tests, as reported in the April and May 2006 issues. In the April issue, an extensive 1000cc superbike shootout entitled "Horsepower for All" compared the Ducati 999S, Kawasaki ZX-10R, Honda CBR1000RR, Suzuki GSXR-R1000, Yamaha YZF-R1 and YZF-R1 LE at SMMP in Pahrump, Nevada.
"To record lap times, we utilized AiM Sports MyChron Light TG on-board lap timers and a trackside trigger beacon. We mounted the lap timers with Velcro, and they worked flawlessly during our test." See the April 2006 issue, pages 22-53 for the test results.
In the May 2006 issue, "The Arms Race Continues" tested the Honda CBR600RR, Kawasaki ZX-6R, Suzuki GSX-R600 and Yamaha YZF-R6 were tested at the Streets of Willow, again with MyChron Light TG lap timers. See the May 2006 issue, pages 20-42.
Road Racing World Magazine Features AiM Sports Plug and Play Systems
MXL display shown. Kits also available with the MyChron3 Gold.
"We recently spent time with two of AiM Sports' self-contained data-logger/dashboard replacement systems for sport bikes ... we also saw how the relatively small investment to obtain and set the systems up could result in better race set-ups and faster lap times for club racers and enthusiastic track day riders as well as professionals."
"I consider the MyChron3 Gold a practical and useful tool for anyone serious about going faster. ...
I would consider purchasing a MyChron3 Gold before some other go-fast parts."
The extensive article details the value of data acquisition to racers of all levels, with detailed information drawn from actual track testing.
See Road Racing World Magazine, September 2005 issue, pages 56-61. and October 2005 issue pages 100-105.
MOTORCYCLIST Magazine shows off MXL on 200-HP Suzuki GSXR-1000
Check out the article "Kagayama Express" starting on page 76 of the May 2005 issue of Motorcyclist.
The Kagayama Express is a limited edition GSX-R1000 produced by Suzuki that closely matches the specifications and performance of the bikes that dominated the British Superbike Championshop of 2004. Motorcyclist describes the MXL as "sophisticated" and "just like the big boys."
Supermoto Racer magazine features AiM Sports TG Log on TOKYOMODS CRF450R
The numbers don't lie, so Tokyomods has developed a sweet data acquisition system based off the AIM Sports computer [AiM Sports MyChron Light TG LOG]. The control module is tucked behind the radiator shroud and monitors engine RPM, water temp, rear wheel speed, throttle position and lap times. If you're a serious racer, this is a must-have. You can download your data onto a laptop computer and really tell if the rider keeps it pinned all the time like he says he is. When you consider the entire unit costs less than three sets of tires, it could help a rider improve, not to mention monitor the engine. Lap times are recorded and appear on screen for a rider to monitor during practice or qualifying. [Read the full article]
Motorcycle Racers Can Benefit From Segment Timing Technique
Segment timing, also known as split timing, is the technique of dividing a track into sections and keeping times for each section, all of which add up to the complete lap time. By splitting a lap into distinct sections, a rider can isolate the section that is slowing him down the most, and adjust the bike and his technique to compensate. Recently the AMA began testing a segment timing system... [ Read more ]
See the MXL in action!
Sample video of an MXL on a Kawasaki ZX 10R motorcycle on the Mugello One track in Tuscany, Italy, kindly provided by our customer Aldo Flenda.
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