"Voyager Pro - The Connected Rider’s GPS
Trail Tech offers a variety of model-specific and universal kits for complete vehicle integration. All kits include mounting hardware, tach sensor, and power connection. Temperature and wheel sensors vary by kit.
Adventure Begins Here!
Trail Tech Voyager Pro, the Connected Rider’s GPS. A premium GPS for Powersports.
The map screen is enabled with base maps, topography lines, hill shading, and some trails. Record or load GPX trails and riding areas, and transfer to a PC using the MicroSD card. Voyager Pro comes loaded with North American maps, but other map regions can be downloaded for free.
Voyager Pro is Bluetooth enabled for intercom, phone and media controls. Play songs from your phone or MicroSD card using a Bluetooth headset, speaker, or intercom. Two phones and two headsets can be connected at the same time.
The 4” glove-friendly colour touchscreen TFT display is visible in all conditions, including direct sunlight. Sealed and rated IP67 for anti-dust/water intrusion, it’s built to withstand the harshest elements that come with extreme riding conditions. The mounting dock hard mounts to the dashboard can be locked and allows for quick removal of Voyager Pro from the machine. The dock utilizes the AMPs hole pattern and is compatible with the full line of RAM brand mounts or Trail Tech mounting hardware.
Voyager Pro integrates with your vehicle using standard Trail Tech vehicle sensors, providing vital ride data such as engine temperature, RPM, battery voltage, speed/distance and more.
At 5.6 x 3.5 inches, Voyager Pro still fits on dirt bike dashboards but is big enough to use on adventure bikes and UTVs. Voyager Pro’s mapping abilities make it the premium choice for off-road riders.
12V DC power required, make sure your vehicle has a battery."
In the Box:
- Head Unit
- Ram Ball Mount
- Power Lead
- Ignition Sensor
- Model-spe cific speedo & temperature connection leads are available separately.
- Unfortunately, due to government restrictions, the Buddy Tracking system is disabled in Australia.