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bacharles

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Man this is nice, but it raises three questions of concern:

1. How, or how well does it work with motorcycles?

2. Can the speed accuracy rival a GPS, or does it use GPS technology to calculate speed?

3. How much? $$$ (Probably the biggest of all questions)



Brian
 

MuggaX

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3.  How much? $$$ (Probably the biggest of all questions)



                                        Brian
The G-Timer GT1 will sell for $149.95, and offers a complete set of performance screens. It has a 32-character backlit LCD display, and saves the most recent timed run in memory.

The G-Timer GT2 will sell for $249.95. It has an ultra bright blue vacuum fluorescent graphics display that adds additional options for displaying G-Meter information. It stores 10 runs in internal memory, and has the capability of downloading data to your laptop, Palm, or PC. It also includes a "remote control" power cord that lets you select modes and start timed runs without having to reach the buttons on the main unit.

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discreet007

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Man this is nice, but it raises three questions of concern:

1.  How, or how well does it work with motorcycles?

2.  Can the speed accuracy rival a GPS, or does it use GPS technology to calculate speed?

3.  How much? $$$ (Probably the biggest of all questions)



                                        Brian
That is the line of thinking I took originally. You would have to start at a standstill for it to measure your speed. No GPS in there. It is an accelerommeter. Same thing as the G-Tech Pro. Anyone know of a GPS speedo?
 

discreet007

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One other question:  


 Can it do constant speed calculations?





                                   Brian
I don't think so. The basis is from a start to a stop, so if you back off it will throw it off. What I mean is ex: You start at 0mph and accelerate to 60mph, it will read just fine. If you slow to anything less than 0mph from that 60mph then it will not be accurate.
 

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