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Navigation System #53354 Oct 15, 5:11pm Oct 15, 5:11pm
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Does anyone know of the best navigation system to get? I hear Pioneer makes a killer system. I just don't know which one.

Re: Navigation System [Re: Striker] #53355 Oct 15, 5:17pm Oct 15, 5:17pm
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Re: Navigation System [Re: Striker] #53356 Oct 15, 5:22pm Oct 15, 5:22pm
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Re: Navigation System [Re: Striker] #53357 Oct 15, 5:27pm Oct 15, 5:27pm
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Originally Posted by Striker
Does anyone know of the best navigation system to get? I hear Pioneer makes a killer system. I just don't know which one.


Yeah go with Pioneer, there system is more advanced than others. thumbsup


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Re: Navigation System [Re: RacerX225] #53358 Oct 15, 5:35pm Oct 15, 5:35pm
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Is there special Navi software or something?

Re: Navigation System [Re: IcEd blUe] #53359 Oct 15, 6:02pm Oct 15, 6:02pm
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Originally Posted by IcEd blUe
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Re: Navigation System [Re: Striker] #53360 Oct 15, 6:07pm Oct 15, 6:07pm
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Gorman makes good stuff. You can remove some of their products and walk around with them. It's a monitor and GPS that sits up on your dash with beanbags.
If you want something more integrated, get an Alpine LCD head unit and the Alpine DVD GPS system. You can get an Alpine LCD head unit from $700 on up and the navigation system for $1200 frown. I'm sure other companies make good products too.
Please note that you can get a GPS system that interfaces with a computer (such as a laptop that you can bring along) over the USB port for only $80. Hope this helps.
CompUSA's GPS stuff


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Re: Navigation System [Re: Street Prototype] #53361 Oct 15, 6:19pm Oct 15, 6:19pm
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Originally Posted by Street Prototype
Originally Posted by IcEd blUe
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Re: Navigation System [Re: Striker] #53362 Oct 15, 8:57pm Oct 15, 8:57pm
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I'd say go with an in car computer and get Copilot GPS software probably the best navigation software out there.

Also have the ability to play MP3s, DVDs, and other fun toys.

Re: Navigation System [Re: Striker] #53363 Oct 15, 10:48pm Oct 15, 10:48pm
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Check E-Bay. Pioneer looks the best NAV.SIS. they sell there. With LCD screen it will cost you $1.800.00(TV,DVD,MP3). W/o LCD $800.00
I think it's better buy just a NAV sistem with DVD,TV,MP3 than buy all this items separately.
P.S.I Drove 350Z with Navigation system... oh..man...350z's NAV. is GOOOD.($2000.00)

Re: Navigation System [Re: RoMkApOmKa] #53364 Oct 15, 11:18pm Oct 15, 11:18pm
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Pioneer Navi systems r good. I thought about adding it to my existing Pioneer system but what the hell. I don't get lost around here. U also have to subscribe.

Re: Navigation System [Re: Striker] #53365 Oct 15, 11:50pm Oct 15, 11:50pm
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I plan on putting an in car computer when I upgrade to a Z next year over the stock nav system. Why? Because I get a superior nav software (voice commands etc..), touch screen 7 inch monitor, DVD Movies, ability to play a large amount of music and not having to bother with cds, satelite radio through the computer and you can use programs to search stations for a band you want and automatically record those songs, and also the ability to have a bunch of other fun toys such as software to diagnose your engine etc.

I just don't see the point in shelling out lots of money for a nav system when I can get a nav system and more for cheaper.

Re: Navigation System [Re: RacerX225] #53366 Oct 16, 10:49am Oct 16, 10:49am
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Originally Posted by RacerX225
Originally Posted by Striker
Does anyone know of the best navigation system to get? I hear Pioneer makes a killer system. I just don't know which one.


Yeah go with Pioneer, there system is more advanced than others. thumbsup

agreed. grin

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