Looking to replace your old speedo setup with a GPS solution? Try this!

midwestemidweste Midwest Posts: 135Member ✭✭
Hi Guys,

Just freshened up my dash with new gauges and was having trouble with the factory speedometer setup. New speedo gauge was fine, but I'm sure the line was clogged up or pinched somewhere from the pickup on the outdrive. 
Not wanting to troubleshoot the old line or pickup too much, I replaced the OEM speedometer setup with this:   http://precisionstar.ca

It works great, has a clock, displays LAT/LON coordinates, has a trip odometer, max speed with date and timestamp, made in four different color combos, no GPS puck to mount and has a simple three wire connection. It is a bit pricey, but it just plain works. I purchased the white face gauge with SS trim to match my Teleflex Lido SS gauges. 



2000 180 Bowrider, 135hp 3.0L Merc, 2.00 Alpha One Gen 2 OD, 14.5 x 19P prop

   Regular weekender, trailer stored indoors, Southern Ohio  

Comments

  • gslprogslpro Lake Winnipesaukee, NHPosts: 206Member ✭✭✭
    Nice looking product, but I have to say........Watching that video......They really need to hire a HAND model.  
    Gary and Diane
    290 FV Nauti Bonnie
  • aero3113aero3113 Long Island, NYPosts: 517Member ✭✭✭
    It would be really nice if it could be used as a depth gauge in it also.
  • golfdoggolfdog Spencerport, NYPosts: 110Member ✭✭
    I've been looking to replace my speedometer with a gps version. The problem I'm having is finding a replacement that is the right size. I think my speedometer is 4 5/8.
  • midwestemidweste Midwest Posts: 135Member ✭✭
    I think Livorsi and Gaffrig make a GPS gauge that size.

    2000 180 Bowrider, 135hp 3.0L Merc, 2.00 Alpha One Gen 2 OD, 14.5 x 19P prop

       Regular weekender, trailer stored indoors, Southern Ohio  

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