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dfrost733 05-26-2009 7:01 PM

Ok, so were using the new boat and the speed seemed way off. We were pulling Chandler at like 25-26mph, and I think he usually rides closer to 21-22mph. Is it possible to calibrate it?

johnny_defacto 05-26-2009 7:31 PM

It is. Mine was reading 2 mph over when I first got it. So i grabbed my GPS and followed the owners manual for PP to calibrate/set the speed. its really easy.

tgoin 05-26-2009 7:58 PM

read the manual for calibration --- was super simple. <BR> <BR>I always also have my portable GPS in the boat just to make sure it's "still on". <BR> <BR>All PP's have a sweet spot - they are not perfect <BR>across all speeds, they wander/drift at some. <BR> <BR>Tune it for the speed you most often pull people at. <BR> <BR>Todd

dfrost733 05-27-2009 5:05 AM

Thanks, I will have to order a manual. We didn't get any with it.

stxr_racer 05-27-2009 5:27 AM

Donna, download a manual. <a href="http://www.perfectpass.com/perfect_pass_support.html" target="_blank">http://www.perfectpass.com/perfect_pass_support.html</a>

bremsen 05-27-2009 5:27 AM

Its available in pdf format on their website.

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