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So if it's ridden on the street, ( whether stock or modified) I agree,using a VOES is a good thing.

But I don't think it will help with engine temperature while at the track.
It won't help during your run but it will improve the engines' manners during your warm-up and pre-stage stuff.
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My comment was based on the assumption that you were talking about a drag race only bike. Apparently yours is a race bike sometimes used on the street or a street bike used often for racing?

So if it's ridden on the street, ( whether stock or modified) I agree,using a VOES is a good thing.

But I don't think it will help with engine temperature while at the track.
At 13-1 compression, 4.13 gears and a 28oz fuel tank, it's not a street bike at all.

As tomcat said, return road and staging riding is longer than the pass itself. So why not have the voes pulling timing for those times.
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