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- 8128 River Way
- Delta, BC V4G 1K5
- P: 604-946-9981
Koni Adjustment Tool
We love the Koni racing shocks on our SCCA GT Lite prepared 1976 Honda Civic that we put on the podium in 2012. We do have an issue with the shocks however – it is very difficult to make adjustments. The rebound adjust on the rear shocks cannot be accessed with the standard tool provided by Koni, the compression adjust on the front shocks is too close to the CV Joints on the halfshafts to get any kind of tool onto them, and the compression adjust on the rear shocks is equally hard to access.
It’s taken us a few years to get around to it, but we finally developed a tool to make adjusting Koni shocks much easier. The tool is machined out of stainless steel bar stock and includes a two way adjuster for rebound, and a very compact adjustor for compression that can easily slip between a CV boot and the bottom of the shock. Being made of stainless steel instead of plastic, it will not wear or slip or corrode, providing a lifetime of service.
We have decided to make this tool available to the racing community. It is available directly through our online store at www.raceenergy.net for $29.95.
Total Discharge Controller
Without an alternator, a fully charged race car battery starts at 12 volts and discharges down to about 10.5 volts when it is completely exhausted. However many of the electrical systems on a race car (ECU, Dash, etc..) will stop working properly long before the battery is fully discharged. The TDC30 will draw up to 30 amps from the battery, boost and regulate it to any desired voltage between 14 and 17 volts (in ½ volt increments) until every single amp-hour of energy is drawn from the battery. It is perfect for short races (one hour or less) where there is enough charge in the battery to meet the energy needs of the car but not necessarily at a high enough voltage for modern ECU’s. Even on race cars with an alternator (engine or differential driven) it can stabilize the voltage during cranking or when the car is not moving.
This charger pumps out a massive 100 amps at 13.8 volts to power in-car stereos, entertainment systems, hydraulics and more. Most commonly used for show cars. The BCM100 is available in Red, Green, Blue or Black standard. Other colors are available by special request.
Every car built by Rod Neilson of Hot Rod’s Restos is powered at the show by a custom colored BCM100.