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Old 10-26-2010, 08:57 PM
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Default Trail Tech - Voyager

Does anybody have the inside scoop on this new unit from Trail Tech?
http://trailtech.net/voyager.html

I just bought a dualsport bike and was looking for GPS options and found this.


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Old 10-27-2010, 04:21 AM
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very cool.

Check out the trailtech google earth site that goes with it. Ad is on the right of the page link above.

Here is the direct link

http://ohvtrails.net/
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Old 10-27-2010, 07:37 AM
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i have had terrible luck with trailtech units. they are just barely water resistant...... maybe they've improved, but i wouldn't buy another until they say 'water proof' or at least very water resistant...
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Old 10-27-2010, 08:11 AM
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Would that thing have an rpm meter? It's a very cool piece of technology and i would consider it if it's reasonably priced (-500 €)
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Old 10-27-2010, 11:53 AM
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Default Me, too....

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i have had terrible luck with trailtech units. they are just barely water resistant...... maybe they've improved, but i wouldn't buy another until they say 'water proof' or at least very water resistant...
Well- there's two of us, anyway, as most people seem to like them. Maybe it has something to do with where we ride... I don't know.
Taking it off and trying to dry it out got real old, real fast.
I'm also older and maybe a bit less tech saavy or feature needy, but I didn't care for all the crap and buttons- speedo/odo/trip is all I need! I got tired of toggling through this or that to change settings, pressing buttons, etc
I don't need the computer to flash when my fork oil should be changed.
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Old 10-27-2010, 05:32 PM
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There are GPS tracks on that site I would pay $100 to have taken down.

Stuff like this gets trashed quick when posted on the net!
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Well- there's two of us, anyway, as most people seem to like them. Maybe it has something to do with where we ride... I don't know.
Taking it off and trying to dry it out got real old, real fast.
I'm also older and maybe a bit less tech saavy or feature needy, but I didn't care for all the crap and buttons- speedo/odo/trip is all I need! I got tired of toggling through this or that to change settings, pressing buttons, etc
I don't need the computer to flash when my fork oil should be changed.
I use a bicycle speedo. It's about an inch across, weighs nothing, cost $20. Has speed, dist, time moving, average speed etc etc and a clock that stays on! It uses the stock reed relay pickup in the front caliper. Been on there 2 years now!
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Old 10-28-2010, 04:56 PM
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Default Hmmm...

Now there's an idea. Thanks- Gonna try that!
There are some cool items at bike shops that I've found to work well on our bikes; Mirrors, lights (F/R) if your bike doesn't have one and you need one for a ride or event, I especially like the super lightweight tools they have. They weigh 1/3 of reg tools and will do the job trailside..... usually.
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Bchatt,

Would you please post the brand and model or part number for the bicycle speedometer that you are using?

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Old 11-05-2010, 08:38 PM
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Default Odo

http://www.kosonorthamerica.com/

I ordered one from these guys today- my experience couldn't be any worse than with TrailTech, so what the heck?
Page 4, I think- Basically just a Speedo/Odo which is all I want.
XR-S, I think.
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