|Mk.1: Dodgy First Attempt|
Here's the first attempt ...
using the tools I'm qualified for: duck tape & polystyrene packing.
It works well though, and the power (left) and Lowe antenna connector (right) are neatly routed under the tank - they probably won't foul the throttle, or touch something hot. (There's nothing hot under the tank, is there?)
|Mk.2: Beautiful Engineering Solution :-)|
|Here's the glorious realisation: just a couple of angle brackets and some threaded rod. It's fixed to the bike using the top yoke clamp bolts, and it's rock solid - much better than I expected!|
|I'd expected it to obscure the clocks at least partially, but this doesn't significantly interfere with the view.|
|Mk.3: Same bike, different GPS|
Obviously the GPS V (like my GPS III and GPS III+ before it) only lasted two
When that died, I bought a GPSMAP 60C, and another Touratech mount.
This GPS is a bit bigger, and the display is in "portrait" mode, so as you
can see it covers up part of the tacho ... but not the interesting part