I mounted this on my Quad because I like to do a lot of exploring and going deep into the woods. Now I don't have to worry where I go because I always know how to get back. It has worked Great and I will be putting them on all my machines.
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From accessory to necessity! The Voyager GPS allows you to create, log and ride trails, and when you are finished, share them with friends. You can also monitor the engine temperature, ambient temperature, distance, voltage, compass, elevation, and engine RPM. The 2.7" screen uses the most up-to-date technology for amazing viewing, even in direct sunlight.
Voyager GPS Computer features:
- GPS speed, distance, compass, altitude, temperature, maps.
- View, organize, edit and share entire trail systems in 3D.
- Designed specifically to meet the needs of off-road riders.
- 240 x 400 WQVGA LCD - readable in intense sunlight.
- Engine performance linked to GPS data.
- Crash-resistant, off-road design.
- Upload routes from any GPS.
- Customizable user screens.
- Model-specific integration.
- Accurate tracks, even in the toughest terrain.
- Runs on vehicle power (or internal battery).
- Back-lit for operation in the dark.
- Note: Carbureted bikes without lighting circuits cannot power the Voyager, you must use the supplied lithium-ion battery.
Need to edit those trails? Voyager comes with free complimentary software RideLeader to help you create, edit and save those epic rides. Don't know where to ride? Try OHVtrails.net. Download trails around your home or at your next vacation destination. Be part of the community, upload and share your favorite trails for others to enjoy.
The Trail Tech Voyager GPS Computer Kit Includes:
- Trail Tech Voyager GPS Computer.
- Mounting hardware - Voyager handlebar mounting hardware included in every Voyager kit. Fits 7/8" - 1-1/8" handlebars and positions Voyager in the center of the controls, in the safe zone below the bars.
- Wheel sensor - 1450 mm wire length.
- Magnet sensor kit - Digital gauge magnet kit.
- Water temperature sensor - Radiator hose insert (hose clamps included).
- Ignition sensor - 1800 mm Length (70.87").
- MicroSD card reader.
- 1GB MicroSD card.
- Power lead.
- Speed range ("SPD" on display): 0 - 999 MPH.
- Distance range ("DST" on display): 0 - 250,000 miles.
- Altitude range ("ALT" on display): 59,000 feet.
- Temperature range ("ENG" on display): 0 - 260C.
- Accumulated run time range ("CLOCK" on display): 0 - 1,000,000 hours.
- GPS sample rate range ("TIME" on display): 1 - 5 seconds.
- External power input: 12 - 60 VDC.
- Internal battery: 3.7V 900 mAh Lithium-Ion.
- Battery life (typical use): 11 hours.
- Battery life (100% backlight): 6 hours.
- Battery charge time: 3 - 8 hours.
- Power wire: Red / black 20-gauge wire.
- Geodetic datum: WGS84.
- GPS chipset: MediaTek MT3329.
- Joystick: 5-position high-tactile.
- Wheel sensor: Non-contact magnet sensor.
- Temperature sensor: Ambient temperature, Engine temperature.
- Backlight: LED group.
- Screen: 240 x 400 WQVGA LCD, 68.6 mm (2.7") diagonal, 58.8 x 35.3 mm (2.3 x 1.4").
- Physical dimensions (WxHxD): 113 x 62 x 28.2 mm (4.5 x 2.5 x 1.1").
- Physical weight: 6.1 ounces (172 grams).
- Operation temperature: 0 - 60C (32 - 140F).
- Storage temperature: -20 - 80C (0 - 175F).
- Critical environment: Amber / red L.E.D. alerts.
- Maximum waypoints: 300 waypoints.
- Maximum track points: 72,500 points.
- Maximum route points 72,500 points.
- Maximum tracks / routes: 300 each.
I've been using mine on my snowbike for several months in extreme conditions with no issues. It has nice features; bike temp, ambient temp that can be mapped on an elevation graph over your entire ride, gps speed and odometer which is nice because you can't use your stock speedo when you put the Mountain Horse kit on, rpm, direction etc.. Also stores max and average readings; temp, rpm, speed etc.
Installation takes a little mechanical knowledge, not to tough though.Plugs into the stock computer power on my KTM but might be a pain to deal with batteries and charging if you don't hook it to a pwr supply, not a KTM issue.
Maps are a little disappointing, I haven't found many available for the areas I like to ride on the website they recommend using to download the gpx files. The ride leader software (included) used to edit the maps is good but google earth sometimes fails to load, easy fix though, just toggle back to google maps and then reload google earth. Once you log your tracks you can edit your route and make your own maps, or you can just build maps from scratch.
Video link is a ride, not a review.
I installed on a 08 Honda CRF250R. For the price you would think they could send a wall charger with it since you cant charge it off of your bike. I like being able to monitor my coolant temp and hours on the bike but the rest is almost useless.
Voyager GPS will accept regulated AC or DC power, unfortunately the CRF450R does not have "regulated" power needed to power Voyager (stated in the instructions). With the AC wall charger, riders can still use Voyager using the internal battery.
This unit is designed for the trail rider. Between OHVtrails.net and the free Ride Leader software, the Voyager GPS is able to take you places you have never been. And perhaps more important, get you back.
And it received Product Of The Year from Dirt Rider magazine.
would have got a diff trail gps! doesent show where you are until you load a map . you have to load everything I mean everything! didnt hook up to my stok wireing like they said (06 crf450r)fried it had to send to trailtech for repair!kinda of dissapointedi guess its ok if you have no sense of direction.i do like knowing my engin temp&speed i would say that is nice
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