In a nutshell, Invicta Speedway is a game changer. For the first time, gun owners and video game enthusiasts will have a place to congregate and socialize. It’s an opportunity to share and learn about one of the most passionate hobbies in the world while enjoying the thrills of a race night.
If you’re reading this, you’re either interested in playing or own an Invicta Speedometer. If not, why not? We’re sure there’s a reason why you haven’t heard of this game and device yet. In this article, we aim to answer all your questions about what exactly is Invicta Speedway and how to set it up correctly.
What Is Invicta Speedway?
In the world of radio controlled cars, there are normally two main types – short-range and long-range. The short-range model is ideal for children and beginners, while the long-range model is suitable for adults. Now, in addition to these two main types, Invicta Speedway brings a whole new option to the table. The Invicta Speedometer allows for quick reaction times and split-second decisions. While traditional long-range racing wouldn’t be possible with this device, short-range races can be highly competitive.
These are the nuts and bolts of the Invicta Speedway. It’s easy to use thanks to its intuitive design and straightforward set up protocol. In addition, the device is dust and waterproof, making it a perfect all-around sportscar.
What’s The Difference Between The Traditional And Invicta Speedometers?
Let’s take a closer look at the differences between the traditional and Invicta Speedometers. As the name would suggest, the traditional speedometer is the predecessor to the Invicta model. It was first produced in the 1970s and, since then, numerous advancements have been made to improve the precision and versatility of this piece of equipment.
The biggest differences between the two are in the form factor and the functionality. While the traditional speedometer is typically a flat-faced rectangle with small numbers in four to five segments for the rpm (revolutions per minute), the Invicta Speedometer is a round dial with the speed displayed in a single number in the middle. The traditional speedometer is generally more difficult to read and has less precise scales.
The layout and ergonomics of the two devices are also quite different. The most important aspect to consider is that while the traditional speedometer has a ‘home’ button for easy retrieval of your speed and the ability to set the range, the size and shape of the Invicta Speedometer makes it much more difficult to operate (and, hence, more prone to errors) with your hand.
How Do I Set Up Invicta Speedway?
The first thing you need to determine is whether you’ll be using the traditional or Invicta Speedometer. If you have a traditional speedometer, you’ll need to decide whether you want to keep it or upgrade to an Invicta. The next step is to connect the two sides of the radio and install the battery.
Once the two are connected, you can simply turn the radio on and begin setting up the range. This is done by selecting the range you want to use from the small menu on the device’s screen. For example, if you selected 3000 rpm, you’ll hear a beep and see a number 3000 in the top left corner of the screen. When you’re satisfied with the settings, press the ‘enter’ key on your keyboard to save and exit the setup menu.
You’ll need to ensure the range is set correctly. After this, the radio can be saved and turned off, making it ready for the event. At that point, you can finalize any last-minute details and head to the track.
So, what exactly did we learn from this? Traditional radio controlled cars don’t necessarily need to be discarded just yet. If you’re looking for a place to socialize and showcase your hobby, the short-range type is still suitable. However, if you’re looking for a fast, competitive race, the Invicta Speedometer is the way to go. This device offers something new and exciting to the world of radio controlled cars, regardless of whether you’re a beginner or expert.