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Belmog and Halda

In the sixties serious competitors in rallying used mechanical trip meters to improve their navigation and finish higher up the finishing order, of which the Halda Twinmaster was the most popular....Read more

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  • Belmog GPS Tripmeter
    £766.80 inc. VAT

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    This Tripmeter requires no installation (cable or wheel sensor) and no calibration. You just plug it into a 12 volt negative earth cigar lighter and it works. Supplied with 1.5m power cable and a magnetic mounted internal/external...

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  • Belmogtwin MkII Tripmeter (1)
    £670.80 inc. VAT

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    A completely mechanical Tripmeter with two illuminated digital counters, designed specifically for use on Classic Rallies in accordance with international FIVA and FIA regulations. There are two versions. This one shows the two readouts...

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  • Belmogtwin R Tripmeter (2)
    £1176.00 inc. VAT

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    A completely mechanical Tripmeter with two illuminated digital counters, designed specifically for use on Classic Rallies in accordance with international FIVA and FIA regulations. There are two versions. This one looks like the...

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  • Fitting Kit for new 100mm Smiths speedometer
    £168.00 inc. VAT

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    The Belmogtwin 091.550/094.574 can be fitted to all makes of car. In addition to the Tripmeter you will need a fitting kit, which consists of a T gear, cable and clips and fits to the back of the speedometer between the speedometer and...

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  • Fitting Kit for new 125mm Smiths speedometer
    £168.00 inc. VAT

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    The Belmogtwin 091.550/094.574 can be fitted to all makes of car. In addition to the Tripmeter you will need a fitting kit, which consists of a T gear, cable and clips and fits to the back of the speedometer between the speedometer and...

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  • Fitting Kit for new 80mm Smiths speedometers
    £168.00 inc. VAT

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    The Belmogtwin 091.550/094.574 can be fitted to all makes of car. In addition to the Tripmeter you will need a fitting kit, which consists of a T gear, cable and clips and fits to the back of the speedometer between the speedometer and...

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  • Fitting Kit for Original Smiths/Jaeger speeddometers
    £168.00 inc. VAT

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    The Belmogtwin 091.550/094.574 can be fitted to all makes of car. In addition to the Tripmeter you will need a fitting kit, which consists of a T gear, cable and clips and fits to the back of the speedometer between the speedometer and...

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  • Fitting Kit Veglia Speedos
    £168.00 inc. VAT

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    The Belmogtwin 091.550/094.574 can be fitted to all makes of car. In addition to the Tripmeter you will need a fitting kit, which consists of a T gear, cable and clips and fits to the back of the speedometer between the speedometer and...

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  • GPS Sensor for Electronic Tripmeters by Belmog
    £208.80 inc. VAT

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    This Sensor makes it possible to use an electronic tripmeter (091.953, 091.954) without the need to install a cable or wheel sensor and to change it to another car without the need to recalibrate. More accurate than 'normal' GPS...

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  • Right Angle Drive fitting kit
    £86.23 inc. VAT

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    The Belmogtwin 091.550/094.574 can be fitted to all makes of car. To make fitting easier on some cars we offer this Right Angle Drive. Instead of the cable coming in to the left of the Tripmeter, it can come in from the back or from...

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Belmog and Halda

In the sixties serious competitors in rallying used mechanical trip meters to improve their navigation and finish higher up the finishing order, of which the Halda Twinmaster was the most popular. Like almost everything else mechanical, Haldas have since been superseded by equivalent electronic gizmos. 

However, classic regularity road rally's organised under the FIVA and FIA regulations allow only mechanical rally instruments to be used, and as Haldas are no longer being made, a new modern mechanical trip meter called the Belmogtwin Mk II has been developed which has all the important functions needed to navigate your way to rallying success.

For regularity rallies, two counters are always needed. One counter is used for the intermediate distance to calculate the distance between road instructions, the second counter is needed to calculate your average speed over an indicated section. The instructions can be given in the roadbook by a lot of different indications. Some organisers do not hesitate to let you go twice around the same roundabout and it is, therefore, necessary to have a distance counter which can give you the exact distance up to 10 yards or metres. This is possible with the Belmogtwin which can be calibrated to every car by changing the calibration cogwheels, the same procedure as with the 'old historic' rally instruments. It is very important to have the Belmogtwin in time to calibrate it and do some 'training' runs. People who are starting their first rally are very often disappointed just because they make mistakes caused by last moment 'hectic' preparations.

Rally trip meters are delicate instruments, very often used in aggressive conditions. Temperatures on the dashboard of a car can vary from -15 °C to +70 °C, not forgetting the unbelievable vibrations and shocks in a car. Fortunately, the Belmogtwin has been developed by an experienced rally competitor and has been well proven to be a winner in such conditions.