Proform 67650 Electronic Racing Scale, Computer Race Car Scale
Universal Fit, Pad Mount Scale Type, 1,250 lbs Scale Load Capacity, Aluminum, LCD Readout
- Has an amazing 1/10th of 1 percent accuracy
- Pads measure 14-1/2x9-1/2x2-1/2 inches
- 20 foot cables are color coded for easy hook up
- Wheeled carry case holds scale pads, display, and cables
- Features an oversized easy to read digital display
- 5,000 LB total capacity (1,250 pounds per pad)
- Backlit LCD display allows use in low-light conditions
- Easy to read oversize display with accuracy of 0.1% ensures proper readings
- Scale pads measure 14.5x9.5 inches and are 2.5-inches thick
- Displays individual wheel weights and total vehicle weight
- Displays left to right, front to rear, and cross weight as percentages
- Wheeled hard case with pull handle for easy transport
- Hard case protects scale pads and display in pre-cut closed cell foam insert
- Powered by four AA batteries (located in display unit and are included)
- 20 ft long pad cables are color coded for each corner
- Battery level indicator displays remaining battery life
- Free PC program for data export available on Proform’s website
Take the Guesswork Out of Your Setup
When it comes to finding the winner’s circle on a Saturday night at tracks across America any racer that has made his or her way there will tell you that success on track is part driver, part setup, and part luck.
The driver and setup equation can always be improved with practice and learning, but to repeat that success, you need to know the weight balance of your car. (As for the luck, well you’ll need to provide your own horseshoe).
Owning a set of portable scales (often referred to as corner scales or corner weight scales) allows you to make changes to your suspension for varying track and chassis or tire conditions and see exactly how these changes affect corner weights, cross weights, and front/rear percentages.
A Portable, Full-Featured Scale Suitable for Shop and Track Use
Proform’s Economy Scale System offers terrific value in a set of race car scales for race cars that run narrower rubber, such as Mini Sprints, Quarter Midgets, Street Stocks, and Mini Stocks.
These car scales are also a great solution for the hot rod builder or muscle car enthusiast that has upgraded to an adjustable suspension system, such as our G-Comp suspension system, and wishes to get the most out of it. If you need larger scale pads or prefer wireless scales Proform has you covered too!
You will find many great features built into these Proform scales that you might not expect at this price point. Not only does the latest LCD 4.0 system display individual corner weights and total weight, but it also provides the user with side to side, front to rear, and cross weight percentages, which is a huge value add when setting up adjustable suspensions.
Fast Setup and Convenient AA Battery Power
The LCD display unit is backlit for easy readability in low-light conditions and is powered by four standard AA batteries. No more worrying about having 110v power nearby or ensuring an internal battery is charged before use. Keep a spare set of batteries in the included foam-lined hard case or your trailer and you will always have power for your scales.
Unpack the four scale pads and LCD display from their protective foam-lined rolling carry case (which even has a luggage-type handle for easy transport!), set the scale pads in position and connect the four color-coded 20-foot scale pad cables between the LCD display and the scale pads. Install the four AA batteries that are included and power up the vehicle scales.
Easy to transport and set up, Proform’s Wireless Race Car Scale System mean you don't have to wait for the green flag to find out how your setup changed the car. Stop guessing and start winning!
Tips for Scaling a Vehicle:
- Find a level surface. A level surface is important to accurately measure your corner cross weights. We offer the Liquid Leveler to quickly level your scale pads. Once leveled, mark the locations of the pads on the shop floor with tape to quickly find an accurate scaling location the next time you need it.
- Lift or drive vehicle onto the scales with ramps. Speedway offers durable, aluminum ramps that are perfect for your needs.
- To prevent the car from falling off the scales, LOCK that car into place! Put the car in gear, use wheel chocks or a rod depressing the brake pedal.
- Don’t forget about ride height! Know how those weight changes affect ride height with our Chassis Height Checkers. For the ultimate in accuracy, Speedway Motors offers a complete Laser Level and Laser Chassis Height Checker package.
Additional Display Options:
To view front to rear, left to right, or cross weight displays, press and hold the Function button. While holding the Function button, press and release the Tare button to scroll through the additional weighing screens.
The LCD display will change screens in the following order:
- Front to Rear (Screen #2)
- Left to Right (Screen #3)
- Cross Weight LF/RR (Screen #4)
- Cross Weight RF/LR (Screen #5)
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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