What's so special about the GPS Speedometer?
They are incredibly simple and straightforward to install! Our GPS Speedometers connect to the Global Positioning System through an antenna, and don't require a transmission sensor. (The antennas are included with the GPS Speedometers, too!) This makes them very easy to install in vehicles that l...
How accurate is your GPS? Does your GPS have a delay?
The GPS speedometer updates 4 to 5 times per second. The update rate is fast enough to not show any noticeable delay in keeping up with speed under hard acceleration or braking. Our GPS speedometer are used without issues in many performance cars!
Does the GPS Speedometer ever drop signal?
Our GPS speedometers rarely drop signal. They use a powerful 'active' antenna which perform exceptionally well in all driving environments, including tall buildings, canyons, and extreme weather such as rain and snow. In most cases, the only time you will experience a signal loss is while driving...
Can you change the length of the GPS antenna?
We can shorten the 9' GPS antenna cable to any length you need.
We charge an additional $10.00 to shorten it. During checkout please enter your desired antenna cable length in the order comments.
Where should I mount the GPS speedometer antenna?
The best location for the GPS antenna to be mounted is on the roof of the vehicle. The GPS antenna is waterproof and magnetic. If the roof is inaccessible, the antenna can be mounted on the top of the dashboard in a place with maximum exposure to the sky.
Metal will block the GPS signal, but the...
Can you add my odometer mileage to my dual GPS speedometer?
Yes, we can do that for you!
For Dual GPS Speedometers (GPS combo gauges):
Please tell us your mileage in the 'Order Comments', and we will program your odometer when we build your gauge.
If you already own one of these speedometers you can send it back to us and we can program the miles into ...
How can I add my odometer mileage to my GPS speedometer?
If you have a standalone (non-combo/non-dual) GPS Speedometer then you can program the odometer yourself.
Programming the standalone GPS Speedometer
Connect the GPS antenna and power the GPS Speedometer on.
After satellite signal has been acquired, press the button to cycle through the menus un...
What happens if you exceed the maximum speed of the speedometer?
If you exceed your speedometer's maximum speed, the pointer will remain at the maximum speed position, and will not move below the maximum speed position until your speed drops back into a readable range.
GPS speedometers with LCD displays will display the current speed on the LCD screen.