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post #1 of 3 Old Jun 4th, 2009, 8:54 am Thread Starter
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Nav II to Zumo Question

I want to junk my Nav II, and replace it with a Zumo 660 on my '06 K12 - is this an easy change? Can I install it where the Nav II was? I don't care about the intercom interface, I never use the intercom, nor use a helmet that allows the use of a headset.

Someone must have already done this......

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I want to junk my Nav II, and replace it with a Zumo 660 on my '06 K12 - is this an easy change? Can I install it where the Nav II was? I don't care about the intercom interface, I never use the intercom, nor use a helmet that allows the use of a headset.

Someone must have already done this......

Thanks for the input..
Why? the Zumo 660 is less than 4 months on the market.

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Re: Nav II to Zumo Question

There doesn't seem to be any difference in the 450/550/650 connections - perhaps the mounting hardware.... and I've seen several people write about the unit.... A+B may =C

Finally, I have very few good things to say about the Nav II - hard to see, only interfaces with Windows, difficult to establish trips and access them - especially w/o Windows or a Win PC....
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