DOS GPS Speedometer

Anybody running one of these?

Does it save your settings (Mph, time) when you cut the power to it or does it have to be entered every time? I want to hook it up to the switched power from my trail tech reg/rec so it doesn't drain my battery as I don't see an on/off switch on it.

Just won one at the Dcons rally, thanks again y'all!.

Re: DOS GPS Speedometer

I have one and did exactly what you are saying. I'll check if it holds data. I think it does but Iet me be 100%

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MPB Andyrew /

> Gator San Juan Wrote:

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> I have one and did exactly what you are saying. I'll check if it holds

> data. I think it does but Iet me be 100%

Cool thanks dude.

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Charles Cole (OFMC) /

This is exactly what I've been looking for. I don't care if it stores data. Battery stored in headlight bucket. YAY!

Re: DOS GPS Speedometer

> Charles Cole (OFMC) Wrote:

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> This is exactly what I've been looking for. I don't care if it stores

> data. Battery stored in headlight bucket. YAY!

What kind of battery are you using?

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I'm running a 2000mAh NiMH battery pack. I have it with a switch and spliced into a battery tender quick connect for charging. That is on a Puch Maxi with the speedo in the original speedo housing. Battery is strapped to the bracket behind the headlight, charging port tucked behind the headlight ear, switch is located on the bottom of the headlight bucket.

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MPB Andyrew /

> Blake MD No PM Plz Wrote:

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> I'm running a 2000mAh NiMH battery pack. I have it with a switch and

> spliced into a battery tender quick connect for charging. That is on a

> Puch Maxi with the speedo in the original speedo housing. Battery is

> strapped to the bracket behind the headlight, charging port tucked

> behind the headlight ear, switch is located on the bottom of the

> headlight bucket.

Ok cool. So when you cut power to the speedo and power it back up again does it save your settings?

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Yes. I haven't ridden that bike since April and I just powered the speedo back on. It still displays 28.6miles from my last ride and is still set to MPH instead of the default kilometers.

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Re: DOS GPS Speedometer

MPB Andyrew /

Thank you my man

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