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    convert original Maptuner cable to Maptuner x

    I have an original Maptuner with the Seadoo cable, does anyone have any information on if its possible to cut the original cable and join it to a micro usb to fit the Maptuner x.

    I bought the Maptuner x second hand and it has a Yamaha cable that is of no use.

    I dont imagine anyone wanted to swap a Yamaha cable for a Seadoo one


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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbo View Post
    I have an original Maptuner with the Seadoo cable, does anyone have any information on if its possible to cut the original cable and join it to a micro usb to fit the Maptuner x.

    I bought the Maptuner x second hand and it has a Yamaha cable that is of no use.

    I dont imagine anyone wanted to swap a Yamaha cable for a Seadoo one
    Hi,

    This is the adapter you will need for using your old Maptuner 1 BRP-Cable with your Maptuner X. - https://www.maptunpowersports.com/ma...maptunerx.html

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