That’s the claim, but the question is whether or not the G-Tech/Pro actually fits the bill. In an effort to determine this, we reached out to G-Tech to demo a unit. Jovo Majstorovic, inventor/founder of the G-Tech, was nice enough not only to accept our request but also to sit down with me for a long chat to discuss current and possible future products.
There are a variety of performance meters on the market, running the gambit in price and features from the $12.99 Dynolicious app for the iPhone to the professional $10,000+ Correvit Datron dynamic vehicle testing system. The more expensive systems can measure slip, pitch and roll angle and are able to connect to a car’s internal systems like ABS sensors. There are even application specific units such as the $750 DriftBox from VBOX with both built-in GPS and the ability to measure drift angle. But at the end of the day, if you are a typical auto enthusiast and weekend warrior, you want a device that’s accurate, inexpensive and gives you the essential metrics that you require. In other words, you want the G-Tech/Pro.