For those of you who regularly race on race tracks with your motorcycle, you know the problem if your name is not Rossi, Stoner or Hayden. You're on your own, and when you adjust your motorcycle, you need to put it on paper, and paper gets lost. There's no one to record & file your adjustments.
Motorcycle Track Log from Tclapps changes that. It's an application running on the iPhone that allows you to record the adjustments you make on your motorcycle when you're out on the track (and obviously, it can be not only a race track, but also off-road).
You can record not only which motorcycle and which track (and weather conditions - dry, intermediary and wet), but also several detailed settings on your motorcycle, like front and rear suspension, fuel mixtures, carburetor settings, etc. You can record up to millimeters worth of adjustments, so very detailed.
Each of the parameters can be adjusted, for example on the suspension you can define what the compression, rebound and static sag is. Then when you go out on the track, you can record the laptimes, and compare which settings work better for you.
Then at a later stage, you can look up the race track, check the weather, and adjust your bike before you start to race, making the adjustments easier. Like a pro.... You can also email the settings so you can analyze them on your computer later on, or just share them with like-minded buddies.
Nice & easy.
Cost: €7.99 / $9.99 / £5.99
Click here to read more about it .
Click here to get it for iTunes .