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Old 12-30-2010, 07:10 AM   #21
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i got my tomto's car mount to stick well in my windscreen and right now im trying to get some french made software to work.
http://www.webazar.org/tomtom/tripmaster.php?lang=uk
this gives me a great big speedo and lots of other options. so this should work out nicely. i blew the dust off of my gps last night for a spin in the minivan and i founf out my minivan's speedo was off a bit, too. an indicated 60 is actually a gps read 57 or so.
im having a of a time getting it to work though because i cant do anything when the gps is hooked up to the comp. if i unplug it, the dead battery .... dies.
blah. guess i'll finish it in the garage.
if this works i'll be quite happy.
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Old 12-30-2010, 03:19 PM   #22
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Had a setup like that on my old GPZ 1100. Pretty accurate too. Just measure to the center of the axle with bike upright and that will give you the radius of your tire. Forgot all about that till Bart mentioned it.
Yeah. My brother had one. It showed barometric pressure, altitude, vertical feet achieved and all kinds of other info. Pretty cool actually. I'm sure it was a higher end model that he had. Wouldn't be bad to have even if you did have a functional speedo.
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for anyone playing along at home, the software at the link i posted above is awesome
i havent gotten into all of the options yet, but i have got it set to switch from night and day mode automagically, and display my speed in mhp.
it doesnt seem as quick as the default gps though... its good for the work commute though.
an indicated speed of 60 on my bike is actually only 50 by what gps is telling me. . i have been riding like a grandma (mostly) for a while.
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Theres an excel spreadsheet floating around the internet which is probably what the speedohealer's formula is based on or if not is probably more accurate... just google sprocket change excel and im sure you'll find it.... very neat spreadsheet
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