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    motec GPS to factory dash speedo?

    is there any way to use the motec GPS and have it read out on the oem dash speedo? like maybe Gps output connected to dash instead of paddle wheel speedo on ride plate?

    thanks, barrett


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    Quote Originally Posted by born riding View Post
    is there any way to use the motec GPS and have it read out on the oem dash speedo? like maybe Gps output connected to dash instead of paddle wheel speedo on ride plate?

    thanks, barrett
    Hi Barrett
    I dont see how you could do it in the existing software
    The ECU has Aux out tables that you could vary the out put on proportional to GPS speed but they have a varying out put duty cycle and a set frequency so this wouldnt work unless you make a box to convert duty to frequency, it wouldnt be hard for an electronics guy, wont be us thou

    Cheers



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    maybe a little external aftermarket waterproof speedo that can read the signal from the motec so no connection to main harness just a digital output from the GPS input? any ideas........

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    Speedhut gauges might have something. Then have can bus gauges, GPS gauges, and standard digital gauges. Can also make any look you want.

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    Just add a gps speedo module
    Something like the cando

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    The one thing I miss about sea doos are the gauges and gps system

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    What candoo part # would a 09 fzr need? Does it just plug in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcab85 View Post
    What candoo part # would a 09 fzr need? Does it just plug in?
    Yes it just plugs in
    Not sure what part no.
    Just look it up in the store

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    Got it ordered aparently it can read in kmh portion in mph to go up to 130 mph

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcab85 View Post
    Got it ordered aparently it can read in kmh portion in mph to go up to 130 mph
    Yep
    You can set it to show correct speed or
    Set the mph as kph on the speedo
    So at 30 kph on the speedo you would really be doing 30 mph

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