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Old 12-29-2013, 11:33 PM   #46
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I think the Trail tech vector is the only one with adjustable odo via remote?
Yep, the Vector (now the Striker) is the only one that works with the remote. I'd have preferred the Vapor as it has the tach function but sadly isn't compatible with the remote.
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Old 01-26-2014, 09:22 PM   #47
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Russ (LKN4DRT) didn't have the instructions on how to switch his RNS TripMaster XL from Miles to Kilometers, so he installed a new conversion device...
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Old 02-09-2014, 12:10 PM   #48
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Russ (LKN4DRT) didn't have the instructions on how to switch his RNS TripMaster XL from Miles to Kilometers, so he installed a new conversion device...
Where does he carry the generator for power? A trailer?
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Old 02-19-2014, 10:41 PM   #49
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Monit G Tripmeters



Monit G-100 and G-200 Rally Computers

Monit Rally Computers have now released their new GPS enabled range of tripmeters, offering customers unprecedented ease-of-use in both installation and functionality. Monit has partnered careful industrial design with modern electronic innovations to launch a tripmeter that was compact, lightweight, and extremely easy-to-use. The new G-Series Rally Computers use a high powered industrial grade GPS receiver coupled with an external antenna to provide extreme accuracy for the competitor. To guarantee precise operation in all situations Monit have developed the GPS+ system that can combine the signals from the GPS with a traditional wheel speed sensor, providing automatic backup in case of signal loss.

http://www.australasiansafari.com.au...safari-special
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Old 02-20-2014, 12:56 AM   #50
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Monit G-100 and G-200 Rally Computers

Monit Rally Computers have now released their new GPS enabled range of tripmeters, offering customers unprecedented ease-of-use in both installation and functionality. Monit has partnered careful industrial design with modern electronic innovations to launch a tripmeter that was compact, lightweight, and extremely easy-to-use. The new G-Series Rally Computers use a high powered industrial grade GPS receiver coupled with an external antenna to provide extreme accuracy for the competitor. To guarantee precise operation in all situations Monit have developed the GPS+ system that can combine the signals from the GPS with a traditional wheel speed sensor, providing automatic backup in case of signal loss.

http://www.australasiansafari.com.au...safari-special
Looks interesting, but on the manufacturer website are no specs given for water resistance and thumb remote.
This seems to be a dash board tripmeter for in car use only

http://www.monitrally.com/rally/q_series/specs.html

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Old 02-20-2014, 03:25 AM   #51
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Looks interesting, but on the manufacturer website are no specs given for water resistance and thumb remote.
This seems to be a dash board tripmeter for in car use only

http://www.monitrally.com/rally/q_series/specs.html

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Old 03-05-2014, 09:27 PM   #52
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Cap Repeater

Looking for a CAP repeater but can't seem to find one. Any ideas?
Everyone seems to be updating or coming out with new ones.
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Old 03-06-2014, 01:08 AM   #53
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Here is one that I am trying out, doubles as ICO too;



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Old 03-06-2014, 02:31 PM   #54
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My "old" 2013 edition RNS repeated was fantastic already, so I'm sure whatever Tony has up his sleeve this time is going to be even better!

Spill the beans Tony, what's new?
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Old 03-06-2014, 02:53 PM   #55
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Looking for a CAP repeater but can't seem to find one. Any ideas?
Everyone seems to be updating or coming out with new ones.

Super Dave,

Not much use for a cap repeater on Oahu, which means you must have some other big plans? Or did you make road books for the trails at Kahuku?

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Old 03-06-2014, 08:35 PM   #56
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[QUOTE=wilkinsonk;23631061]Super Dave,
Not much use for a cap repeater on Oahu, which means you must have some other big plans? Or did you make road books for the trails at Kahuku?


Oh but it will look soooo good on my bike I'm building and yes I have big plans.
I also do have some of the trails on GPS. Working on roadbooks too.
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Old 03-16-2014, 08:23 PM   #57
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Roadbook paper roll

Using the road books available, how many points are on the rolls? On long days one roll per day or are they changed during the day?
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Old 03-16-2014, 09:07 PM   #58
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A typical 11 inch long "page" has 7 navigation points (rows). A long roadbook may have 50 to 60 "pages" or more, creating a continuous sheet 50 feet long or longer. When rolled up, that's a pretty big roll! With a long roadbook like this, it's common to cut it approximately in half and install the second half at a mid-day gas stop (where you might have a mandatory 15 minute stop).
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Old 03-16-2014, 09:30 PM   #59
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A typical 11 inch long "page" has 7 navigation points (rows). A long roadbook may have 50 to 60 "pages" or more, creating a continuous sheet 50 feet long or longer. When rolled up, that's a pretty big roll! With a long roadbook like this, it's common to cut it approximately in half and install the second half at a mid-day gas stop (where you might have a mandatory 15 minute stop).

Thanks Scott, Working on my Rally bike and trying to figure this whole thing out. Lots to learn.
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Old 03-17-2014, 06:02 AM   #60
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Thanks Scott, Working on my Rally bike and trying to figure this whole thing out. Lots to learn.
No XR650L rally bike? Pfft.
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