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Old 09-16-07, 08:07 PM   #1
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Which one is more correct for Garmin 305 stats? Motion Based or Ascent?

Hi All!
I uploaded the info off my Garmin Edge 305 from my ride yesterday using both Motion Based and Ascent. It seems that there is a discrepancy in the total amount I climbed though...Motion Based says I climbed 5,133 ft. and Ascent says 4,139.6 ft., a very large discrepancy indeed.
There both really great programs, but which one is most accurate?
Thanks for any help!

*EDIT* Routeslip says about 4,293ft., so I'm leaning towards Ascent. I've also deleted the file for this ride. :/

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