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post #1 of 19 Old 09-21-2005, 11:17 AM Thread Starter
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Got Gps!!

Well my girlfriend suprised me and hooked me up with a gps unit i have wanted, and its so freakin sweet!! got the garmin c330, a little pricey but damn so easy and nice!! Top speed runs here i come!!!!!!!!!!! and just got a video camera, waiting on the bike mount, so i can now record it, with the raptor shift light also when that comes in!!!

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cool stuff man. I just got a copy of the micro$oft streets program and loaded on my pda and DAMN!!! I want to get a bluetooth GPS reciever so that i can plug it into the streets program.

I would like to hear what your likes and dislikes are of it.
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let you know when i test her out!

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GPS is awesome! Great for navigating the 'backroads' and for charting unknown territory. Accurate speed indication is a real plus when calibrating a Speedo Healer. You will love it. I have a Garmin 276C myself mounted on a stem stand. How are you planning to mount yours?
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Yup- love gps. On this bike I use a garmin ique 3600 in a joe rocket bag.
I modified the window of the bag with a piece of race ticket holder vinyl so that it is larger.
Also have a 12volt adapter that I can pug into battery tender lead or use a battery pack with 4aa batts to keep ique on and charged.

Touch screen is great.

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Sweet. So when are you leading a ride into the Catskill Mountains?
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GPS is awesome! Great for navigating the 'backroads' and for charting unknown territory. Accurate speed indication is a real plus when calibrating a Speedo Healer. You will love it. I have a Garmin 276C myself mounted on a stem stand. How are you planning to mount yours?
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That's too cool! I've been looking for a "compact" gps! I ordered a stem mount for my radar with an extra mounting plate to put one on, that one would fit perfect.

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i rigged this up, since I have calibrated my speedohealer I don;t use it much but the maps are nice to have:
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i'm surprised it doesn't lead you to zx10 land.

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GPS is awesome! Great for navigating the 'backroads' and for charting unknown territory. Accurate speed indication is a real plus when calibrating a Speedo Healer. You will love it. I have a Garmin 276C myself mounted on a stem stand. How are you planning to mount yours?
Ground Zero - What type of mount is that? I have a GPSV & I used zip ties to mount mine when checking my Speedo Healer.

I wouldnt mind a nice mount that works with the hyperpro.

Any links to where to buy it (the mount)?

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