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Monte Carlo Rally with Blunik. 2 Trips in 1 single device

Monte Carlo Rally with Blunik: Two trips in one device

Ideal functions for the co-drivers of the Monte-Carlo Historique Rally

Blunik has specific functions to do the Monte-Carlo Rally. We detail them below:

With Blunik II:

  • You can have two trips: a trip for the sections and a trip for the whole section. It is necessary to use Monte-Carlo mode.

More info to the pdf “Monte-Carlo Mode”

More info to Operating modes.

More info to User guide.

With Blunik II Plus:

  • You can have two trips: a trip for the sections and a trip for the whole section, is the ST00 in LONG-LINK mode.
  • You have the Road-Book function: You can enter your recognition notes and validate them when you make the stretch.
  • In each figure of the Roadbook it indicates the distance to validate. When the distance is validated it is applied and the SPORT CALCULATOR can adjust the parameters.
  • A specific total distance can be applied.
  • A time offset can be programmed. Useful for manual or GPS timekeeping with tenth truncation.
  • You can calculate the average speed of a partial.
  • It can be programmed to add or subtract xx meters per kilometer.

More info to User guide.

More info to pdf “Road-Book Function”

With Blunik II and Blunik II Plus:

  • You have 4 calibration memories for 4 types of tires.
  • It includes a system of synchronized starts. Parameter “Start Key” = Synchro.
  • The exit point may be different from 0k000. (Offset distance)
  • To compensate the paths, you have the Sport Drive and the Sport Calculator. These accessories apply your percentage of "clipping" to square the distance with the Roadbook.

If you still do not have Blunik for the Monte-Carlo Rally here you have the link of the devices that we recommend with a 13% discount.

The Blunik spirit has always been to have all the tools to make precision regularity in a single device. Hence its name "Blue+Unique" = Blunik.

Monte Carlo Rally with Blunik: Two trips in one device