Download JOES Racing KalcPack One apk 1.0.6 free for Android smartphone

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JOES Racing KalcPack One

Posted by Moore Software Innovation in Tools | July 9, 2012 | 5 Comments

Apk file size: 2.1 MB

JOES Racing Products brings you the first app for true racers.

KalcPack One is full of useful and time saving features.

GearKalc: Throw away that old gear chart, if you can find it, because you now have an easy to use calculator that will save you time.

WeightKalc: A useful weight distribution calculator with the capabilities of road course view or oval track view. Quickly determine your car's distribution, then email the record to yourself to print when you get home.

BumpKalc: Use this feature when trying to adjust your car's ride height when it is down on the bump stops. This feature will estimate how much a JOES Bump Stop Shim will raise/lower the nose of the race car.

Speedometer: This cool feature will help you answer that question that all racers are asked, "How fast does it go?" Max speed is recorded and a large real time display is active when the app is running.

JOES Tech Articles: A direct connection to the wealth of knowledge and tips from your friends at JOES Racing Products.

Download via WiFi recommended.

Whats new

    First Release!
    1.0.5 - New Catalog Browse Function and fix of format issues.
    Download via WiFi recommended.

Moore Software Innovation part of our Tools and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update July 9, 2012. Google play rating is 86.6667. Current verison is 1.0.6. Actual size 2.1 MB.

Download joes-racing-kalcpack-one.apk 2.1 MB


Andrew Johnson

Very good I have analog scales and this makes it so I dont have to spend 20 mins doing math to get all the numbers I need. Highly recommend.

A Google User

For big cars This is a good app for full size cars...not much else, aka micros.

A Google User

Awesome! Love it! Use it alot!

A Google User

Good app Has good stuff will be using it at the track

Arik Sarah Holtzlander

Almost 10/10 Has great features. Love that it takes scaling from hours to about an hour. But it would be nice if everything was a bit bigger. Almost like everything is being fitted for the center of the screen.

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