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    CandooPro gps speedo.

    If installed on my 2006 rxp. Will my stock dash actually display the correct speedo up and over 80 mph? Or is it limited to the 69 mph electronically?


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    It will read actual speed.

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    If your speedo tops out in MPH you can change dash so it reads kmh . I have seen mine read 97mph ..

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    My previous LCD was a bit "wonky" and would ocassionally show inaccurate speed readings when riding in rough conditions.

    I saw readings over 90 mph on my GTI 130, so it can display higher numbers.

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    Even though my ski is 2006? Just donít want to waste the money if the display wonít show it. Dennis can you confirm this?

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