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SPEEDSAFE -- ELECTRONIC SPEED LIMITER FOR ATV'S & UTV'S

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logo2.thumbnail.jpgCruise ControlThe ‘SpeedSafe’ is a new option for our ‘QuadCruise’ electronic cruise control for both ATV’s and UTV’s. The ‘SpeedSafe’ speed limiter may be added to an existing ‘QuadCruise’ installation* or fitted as a stand alone speed limiter without the ‘QuadCruise’ cruise control. A ‘QuadCruise’ cruise control may also be fitted after the speed limiter is fitted, using most of the parts already supplied with the speed limiter.

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