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Kestrel 4250 Racing Weather Trackers

Kestrel 4250 Racing Weather Trackers

Description

The Kestrel 4250 Racing Weather Tracker arms racers with the accurate weather data needed to make those last minute jetting or tuning decisions.

Features

  • Upload data to a computer (with optional interface)
  • Data charting
  • 5-year warranty
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$349.00
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$259.00
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Even slight changes in air density, water grains, and density altitude can dramatically affect a machines performance. With the added ability to easily measure and track these and other critical factors, such as absolute pressure, temperature, humidity, wind speed and barometric pressure, the Kestrel 4250 Racing Weather Tracker arms racers with the accurate weather data needed to make those last minute jetting or tuning decisions.

Conditions on the track can often vary greatly from those in the pits. The rugged, portable and easy to use Kestrel 4250 Racing Weather Tracker quickly provides racers and pit crews with the most accurate and up-to-date data available where you need it most - at the track. It allows tuners to determine what last minute changes need to be made based on the current local conditions, even immediately before the first lap around the track or pass down the drag strip - giving you that competitive edge at a fraction of the cost of other systems on the market.

The Kestrel 4250 Racing Weather Tracker also features an automatic and manual data storage function, allowing you to easily keep logs of race day conditions from track to track, year to year. The Kestrel PC Interface and Communicator Software allows data to be easily transferred directly to a PC or laptop making long-term storage, in-depth analysis, and detailed charting of stored data a breeze.
  • Waterproof and floats
  • Backlight for low light conditions
  • Data logger (automatic and manual)
  • Customizable data storage 2000 data points
  • Multi-Function 3-line display
  • Convenient averaging mode
  • Data charting
  • Humidity sensor can be recalibrated in the field with Relative Humidity Calibration Kit.
  • User-replaceable impeller
  • Flip-top impeller cover
  • Upload to a computer (with optional interface)
  • Five languages (English, French, Spanish, German, and Italian)
  • US Patent Nos. 5,783,753 and 5,939,645 and 6,257,074
  • 5-year warranty
  • Assembled in the USA
What's Included:
  • (1) 4250 Racing Weather Tracker
  • (1) Soft carry pouch
  • (1) Neck lanyard
  • (2) AAA batteries
  • (1) Kestrel Certificate of Conformity
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kestrel 4250 Racing Weather Trackers 08425 4250 Racing Weather Tracker, safety orange
$259.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Kestrel 4250 Racing Weather Trackers 08425B 4250 Racing Weather Tracker with Bluetooth, safety orange
$349.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kestrel Relative Humidity Calibration Kit 0802 Relative humidity calibration kit
$73.13
In Stock
Kestrel Replacement Impeller 0801 Replacement impeller
$16.88
In Stock
Kestrel 4000 NiteIze Belt Clip Case 0805 NiteIze carrying case
$16.88
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Kestrel Collapsible Tripod 0792 Collapsible tripod
$73.13
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Kestrel Rotating Vane Mount 0791 Rotating vane mount
$58.04
In Stock
Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Cases 0806BLK Tactical case, black (MOLLE-compatible)
$34.84
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Case 0806BRN Tactical case, brown (MOLLE-compatible)
$39.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Case 0806GRN Tactical case, ranger green (MOLLE-compatible)
$39.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
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