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    This seems like a pretty cool solution when you are trying to match some different gauges.

    http://www.speedhut.com/custom_gauge...number-820.htm

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    Nice all in one package

    BTW I'm working with a tech at Garmin to use a Garmin GPS unit to supply the
    data for GPS speedometers (autometer, Livorsi ect) once we get the wiring diagram
    and models tested I will post the info.
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    what will the benefit of that be?

    The fact that it does 0-60 times, 1/4 times, and a real time speed seems pretty sweet. I think I may pull the trigger on this one if I can get it to mount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrible_buddhist View Post
    what will the benefit of that be?

    The fact that it does 0-60 times, 1/4 times, and a real time speed seems pretty sweet. I think I may pull the trigger on this one if I can get it to mount.
    use your handheld to provide the data to the speedometer, without having to purchase the expensive gps antenna
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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    use your handheld to provide the data to the speedometer, without having to purchase the expensive gps antenna
    because who the heck uses the portable gps in their truck and boat at the same time? Good idea!

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