The Dedenbear RD1 E.T. Display board will bring an end to ''dial-in'' confusion with the tower personnel because they can not read shoe polish very clearly. This display mounts in the window or on the chassis of the car and shows the ''dial-in'' E.T. in super bright 4'' tall LED numbers. Thanks to the billet aluminum housing and non-glare lens the tower can clearly see the number over 100 feet away in bright sunlight. The remote display is set by using a Dedenbear Delay Box that automatically transmits the ''dial-in'' that is programmed into the delay box. For those racers without a delay box, a manual control box is available to run the display. NHRA accepted.
Note: a CC2 Command Center, BM2 Bracket Master, T1 Thunder Super Cross Over, or MC1 Manual Controller must be used to drive the RD1 Remote E.T. display.