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Old 31 October 2013, 08:12   #11
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Ah, OK................. so perhaps its not bad news then.

So I could / maybe able to keep my guages (which are nice) and send data to my Garmin.

Im really only interested in fuel - flow/range left.

Anyone know of a Suzuki Dealer who knows the answer and can supply the cable.

(Good heads up on the Garmin fuel flow meter, cheers)
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Anyone know of a good supplier for this kit - I will be buying it in stages due to cash flow, but plan to have it all ready for the Anglesey cruise
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Stepping back slightly, as this may be being read by non Suzi owners, NMEA 2000 is a "global" standard - I currently have my 1970s premix Merc Clamshell talking to a Lowrance plotter and displaying cyl head temp & coolant pressure. Once the testing period is over I'll set a couple of alarms & remove the engine data from screen.

On paper at any rate, if your plotter talks NMEA2K, your engine will talk to it if it has either an adaptor module or NMEA built into the engine control electronics. "extras" can be added by fitting individual sensors to the data bus.

There's almost an argument these days for two plotters - one to display engine data. I guess the logical conclusion to that is you could use one for engine data, but if the nav. machine packs up, then you have a backup map....
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Wow! Got the first quote back to add iCommand...1955.53+VAT
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Wow! Got the first quote back to add iCommand...1955.53+VAT
Is that for someone else to do it or just for the parts to diy?
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That's just parts.... Not sure I understand them all though?

Bits with questions.
28ft wiring harness 181.13 - not sure what this is for?
GPS Aerial 324.12 - can I use my current Lowrance 2000 GPS? Has what looks a blue NMEA plug?

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3.5 inch I Command gauge 329.32
2 inch I Command gauge 206.56
15ft EMM data cable 65.60
Terminator kit 14.54
Power supply kit 33.87
Network Cable 25ft 38.94
Memory Module 92.07
Water Pressure sender 133.63
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That's just parts.... Not sure I understand them all though?

Bits with questions.
28ft wiring harness 181.13 - not sure what this is for? This is to convert your engine wiring harness to Icommand so you get trim position displayed on the icommand/lowrance plotter. Not essential if you're not bothered about seeing trim displayed.
GPS Aerial 324.12 - can I use my current Lowrance 2000 GPS? Has what looks a blue NMEA plug? Dunno, so can't comment.

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3.5 inch I Command gauge 329.32
2 inch I Command gauge 206.56 Don't see why you need this, most of your info will display on your plotter assuming it's N2k, all of the data will be on the 3.5".
15ft EMM data cable 65.60
Terminator kit 14.54
Power supply kit 33.87
Network Cable 25ft 38.94
Memory Module 92.07
Water Pressure sender 133.63
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