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A few questions

Guys... Reviewing a number of 2011 GTs for the final cut, and have been unable to find answers to these...

Where does the rear view camera display with/without NAV?

With the Brembo package, what "suspension tuning" is done , and what does the ESC control do?

On the "GT Coupe Accessory Package 5"; hood scoop, side scoops, louvers... Are those items easily removable (e.g.; adhesive attached) or permanently fastened?

What is the NAV database renewal cost/frequency?

Is the Shaker 1000 remarkably better than the 500?


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Rear view camera is displayed on NAV screen or rear view mirror if no NAV.

Hood scoop is bolted on, other items are adhesive/easily removed. I think the consensus on the scoop is to swap the hood with someone who wants it if you have to get rid of it.

Can't answer the others, though my general impression of built in NAVs is that they're overly expensive to keep up to date relative to a regular Garmin or the like. Whether the integration with other systems and the car makes it worth it to you is more individual preference.

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Just last week I finally found a pretty decent shot of car similar to what I have on order with the rear camera view displayed on a non-nav car.

The nav would be nice but I'm skipping that in an attempt to keep the price from being complete madness.
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Just last week I finally found a pretty decent shot of car similar to what I have on order with the rear camera view displayed on a non-nav car.

The nav would be nice but I'm skipping that in an attempt to keep the price from being complete madness.
Thanks for the pic, Scott... agree that the NAV is a bit pricey (but you DO get dual zone temp control.... unsure how necessary that is in a car only slightly larger than a phone booth inside... )

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