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Well, spring is on us and for most that means your local tracks should be opening. This weekend is the opening event for mine and I am getting excited. Since buying my RT back in January, I haven't had a chance to get any track time for a starting basis.

Of course, for a good run that means having a good reaction time. For those of you that may be rusty, here is a good tool to help you improve that eye/hand coordination.

Test your reaction time! Virtual Pro Tree

FYI, my best has been .405 and consistently in the .405-.506 range. The best you can get is .400.

Post up your results!
 

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1st try was a .447 & I was already hooked. My lucky 7th try got me a .400

My last run down the track last year was the 1st time I ran my 99 Suburban. I had .04 & .06 reaction times.

 

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Woah, nice build on the suburban. And I respectable time considering the size/weight.

After a hard day at work, had a few minutes to try it again. I've achieved perfection, lol.
 

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