Greenhulk Now Offering CandooPro GPS Speedometer Modules


We all know how horribly inaccurate the stock speedometer is on these skis. CandooPRO has the perfect solution: a simple plug-and-play GPS module that simply plugs in place of the inaccurate paddle wheel sensor. With this module accurate GPS speed will be displayed on the dash. CandooPro makes modules for Sea-Doo, Yamaha and Kawasaki jet skis. Now you can radically improve your current watercraft with one of these GPS-correct speedometers through the Greenhulk Performance Store HERE:

Here’s the original release:
The GPS Module is “plug and play”, requires no cutting or splicing of any harness wires for the standard unit. Transforms your skis inaccurate speedometer into a very accurate GPS Speedometer. The CandooPro GPS Speedometer uses the latest SirfSTAR IV chipset, which has the best doppler speed algorithm in the market of any GPS chipset.

• The unit is totally potted and sealed for the marine environment.
• Uses a patent-applied for method of calibration to your individual ski via magnetic sensors, no external wires or switches to fail.
• Uses a unique method to indicate satellite lock, as well as using the same indication to validate calibration.
• Uses no power from the battery when not in use, so battery drain while off is not a concern.
• Contains a supercapacitor to store the GPS receiver coordinates for several hours after you shut down the ski, so you can expect almost instantaneous acquisition of the satellites when you get back running.
• Designed for harsh electrical vehicle noise, with overvoltage protection, and reverse voltage protection. You can even hook up the power connections to the battery backwards without damaging the unit.

Please note: All Candoo products are drop shipped directly from the manufacturer.

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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