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    Default GPS puck.

    Has anyone ever added a GPS? I do not have Zero Off. I see references to a “GPS puck” but can’t find a part number. Thanks
    -Blaine

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Robo_Fighter View Post
    Has anyone ever added a GPS? I do not have Zero Off. I see references to a “GPS puck” but can’t find a part number. Thanks
    Are you wanting it for maps or more for speed control? If maps or both, dealer will have to install the software if your screen is capable. If for just speed control, there is a company called nautic-laugic that sells an aftermarket kit.
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    I have 7 inch screen. I would like both nav and speed control. I did the software update to 2022 and now I have maps on the screen but no satellite data. Thanks

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    Your dealer can order you the puck. Couldn't find it online for you, maybe contact Bake's.
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    2011 Sea-Doo Wake 155
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    Thanks for looking. I've tried too. My local dealer says the Zero Off antenna is also the Nav antenna. Does that seem right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Robo_Fighter View Post
    Thanks for looking. I've tried too. My local dealer says the Zero Off antenna is also the Nav antenna. Does that seem right?

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    Yes, they are correct. 1 puck does both for speed and maps.
    2018 Supra SA400 aka The Ron Burgandy
    2011 Sea-Doo Wake 155
    2015 Mojo Surf, sold...2013 Axis A22 Recon Edition, sold...2010 Axis A22, sold...2007 Maxum 1800sr3, sold

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    I'd be interested in this as well. Mostly for getting the Zero Off cruise control. It's the one thing i didn't order when i built my boat and wished I had. Let me know if you get a quote from your dealer.
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    Dealer quoted 1,584.96$. Which seems very high. I dug under my dash and found where the GPS plugs in. See picture below. Zero off website has this kit.
    https://www.zerogps.com/wakeboard-ze...a-and-harness/

    But the harness is 2 pieces and I only found 1 gps plug on my boat.

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    From the website it looks like you could just add this on but I'm not sure on the plugs either. I just called Zero Off to ask but could only leave a message. I'll report back if i get any additional info.
    Scott
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    Zero Off finally emailed me back and they basically said I need to go through the dealer to get the GPS antenna. They said that the one you posted a link to doesn't work for our boats. My dealer quoted me $1,600 for the parts and about $300 for labor. I hate to spend that much but I think i'm going to bite the bullet and just do it.
    Scott
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