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We are moving on from the default 454 frequency for all classes running at Adobe Mountain Speedway.  If you have a Nitro Bee, the default P2 frequency should be the new one (464.5500) Hit P2 and that’s it (but the default frequencies are programmable so if someone has changed yours, you’ll need to change it back).    If you have a RaceCeiver, then press and hold the blue button for 2 seconds, the frequency should start blinking, push the red button to fast forward to somewhere near 464.55 and then use the left and right buttons for fine tuning.  Hit the blue button again and to lock the frequency.  Next press both white scroll buttons simultaneously to lock in your choice. When the battery is removed and put back in you will default to the selected channel

General RACEceiver Info

RACEceiver radios are small communication devices which allow officials to talk to all the drivers at the same time.  It is generally used to tell drivers the lineup order for restarts after a caution, but also can be used to warn them about accidents or debris on the track. 

At AMS, RACEceivers are required for all Cars and Karts in the Adult classes and strongly encouraged for Jr classes.   If your driver doesn't have a working RACEceiver, then they'll likely miss the lineup info and be asked to move to the back after a caution.  

Our local race shop stocks RACEceivers:

The Race Shack  7532 W Harmont Dr, Peoria, AZ 85345  6232621420

(they are open 8:00 to 3:30 Tue-Fri and 8:00 to 12:00 on Sat)

RACEceivers can also be purchased from nearly all mail order racing supply outlets as well as Amazon

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