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Old 02-09-2008, 12:01 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by ROBERTSUNRUS
Hi, uwe. The wire harness on the Voyager is part of the unit, not removeable. But the Prodigy harness would work with the P-3 controller.
That is good news! I just wired the Produgy into the new Suburban, and if the plug fits, then it's a matter of plug and play. My anxietey level just dropped at least 6 notches...

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Part of the problem when trying to find a brake control for an Airstream is that they are generally configured for the bulk of the RV industry. Most trailers the weight of an Airstream have 10" brakes instead of 12" brakes so they have a lot less stopping power. If the brake control is overly aggressive you are not likley to feel much jerking etc. because the brakes just don't have the power to do it.

The Internal mechanism of the P3 and the Prodigy appear to be identical. I find the performance about the same with the two of them as well. The diagnostics are nice on the P3 and it has disc brake capability. However I would not bother to change a prodigy for a P3.

There is a new Jordan Ultima that will be availabe by late spring. It works with the movement of the brake pedal so the trailer brakes are always in sync with the tow vehicle. Braking is very smooth, emergency stops are faster and you generally ajust it once and forget it.


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