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Old 03-07-2013, 04:27 PM   #19
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I did a 2 hour ride and experimented with the Scala Rider G9 turned off and the Montana functioned perfectly. As soon as I turned the Scala Rider on, the Montana GPS acted up with poor tracking, incorrect navigation and Loss of satellite reception. I also gave a go at (i) having the Bluetooth function on my phone turned off and (ii) the phone itself turned off with the Scala Rider left on in the previous two scenarios, but the GPS still acted up in these circumstances.

Unfortunately, I have to assume the Scala Rider G9 and Montana 650t are incompatible in my setup?
Did you try a different G9 in your setup to see if yours is wonky?

Have you contacted Scala? Hope you don't mind, I posted your observation to the Scala Facebook page to see if others have heard of or experienced it.
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