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THE ROKET WAS SOLD ON 6/22/14
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Has anyone used this feature yet? If so how did it work for you? I tried, but its kind of hard to keep your eye on 3-4 different things at once to get a true reading. I know someone will say "just get a hand held stop watch and have a passenger do it", but I thought it could be done alone. Is there some kind of setting you can do so if you hit, say 60 it will show you your time? I looked up in the search mode and found no posts about it. I'm sorry if there was one and I missed it. Plus the manual is very vague about it.

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Its intended for longer time periods, like "how long did it take to get to gramma's house" :D

I turned mine on and played with it for a couple seconds, haven't touched it since.
 

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Brains said:
Its intended for longer time periods, like "how long did it take to get to gramma's house" :D
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Ahhhhhhhhhh, that makes sence, even tho there is a trip A & B mode, plus the trip timer. Hmmmmmmm, I think GM was just making it sound like we had a real 0-60 kind of stop watch built in.

Oh well I guess ill never get to use it because both of my Gammy's are gone :(
(A little sarcasm, sorry)

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ROKS ROCKET said:
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Ahhhhhhhhhh, that makes sence, even tho there is a trip A & B mode, plus the trip timer. Hmmmmmmm, I think GM was just making it sound like we had a real 0-60 kind of stop watch built in.

Oh well I guess ill never get to use it because both of my Gammy's are gone :(
(A little sarcasm, sorry)

ROK
I use it semi-frequently. I have this nice curvey stretch and I turn it on when I start and try and beat my times. Don't think it makes a good 0-60 or 1/4 mile timer, but makes a pretty good run clock.
 
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