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Is there something I can buy to calibrate the speedo and odometer with the addition of tracks? Links please. I tried a search on the internet. Nothing.
 

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If you will switch back and forth from tracks to tires you might consider loading a speed app on your smart phone or using an inexpensive automotive type gps. That way you don't have to go back and forth. If tracks are permanent you could do the same but I understand the desire to have your oem instrumentation accurate.

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If you will switch back and forth from tracks to tires you might consider loading a speed app on your smart phone or using an inexpensive automotive type gps. That way you don't have to go back and forth. If tracks are permanent you could do the same but I understand the desire to have your oem instrumentation accurate.

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It’s a fairly large difference in distance covered with tracks compared to tires. Can am has a unit that plugs into the cluster that corrects the speed and odometer. I was hoping Polaris had something. Doesn’t look like it.
 

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this was something i had not even considered, but makes total sense.
Worth it for this reason alone

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Something seriously wrong. 139usd to ship a $120 part! Seems very high considering they are 800 km from me
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I would message them directly, and see what they can do. thats nuts.
 
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