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Hi Rangenistas,

switched to MK4 (with V32 firmware ) which fomer worked in a BMW X3. The X3 has smaller wheels, I have 19" with 255er.
On other nav systems you have to change the settings for the wheels rolling circumference.
Maybe thats why my system shows/tells not very exact the dimensions, e.g. I have to turn left, the road is vis a vis but system shows another 10 or 20meters.(bad, when there is a second road in that distance)

Do I have and where do I have to change the settings, which point in menue (is it gyro ?) and what digits for the 255er ? wheels?

Thanks in advance
 

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PS: Sorry forgot, I talk about the settings in the hidden menue.....
 

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The system uses GPS to know where it is, so when it says turn right in 200 yards, it should be 200 yards away from the turning. The system does incorporate a Gyro I believe, and can also use wheel sensor data if you are going through a tunnel or if you are stopped in a tunnel, also it uses the Gyro and wheel sensors in towns where high buildings interfere with the signal.

As far as I know there is no option/need to enter wheel size...

Dan
 
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