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Fman

Auto Wedge Down Alarm Recalibration?

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Fman

I am going to be towing someone this week that rides at 25+ MPH, with wedge down, so the alarm keeps triggering which gets very annoying. Does anyone know how to recalibrate the alarm to sound at 27 MPH? I tried looking through the Malibu user guide and found nothing on this.

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I am going to be towing someone this week that rides at 25+ MPH, with wedge down, so the alarm keeps triggering which gets very annoying. Does anyone know how to recalibrate the alarm to sound at 27 MPH? I tried looking through the Malibu user guide and found nothing on this.

Thanks...

Dont think you can,,but I thought you could get a little more tht 25mph with the wedge down..28mph rings a bell.

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The alarm speed seems to vary between boats. I ride behind two different 07 VLXs. One the alarm goes off when I ride (23.8-24.5 depending) the other it doesn't. Both boats have been calibrated using the same GPS.

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Fman

Dont think you can,,but I thought you could get a little more tht 25mph with the wedge down..28mph rings a bell.

I am getting the alarm at 25-25.5 mph.... I might try giving Malibu a call.

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