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post #11 of 45 (permalink) Old 02-02-2016, 06:07 PM
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I bought sw-motech quick-lock crossbar mount for zumo350. The only thing i would like to now is witch connectors they use to connect accessory. I now their is a connector in the fairing to connect the 12V accesory socket in the fairing.
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post #12 of 45 (permalink) Old 04-08-2016, 05:48 PM
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Picked up my new AT at the dealer this morning and made a 1st ride. BikePenR GPS mount was installed on the frame of the wind screen. Hooked in my Zumo390 and made adjustements for the best postion of the Zumo. GPS mount almost vertical and the Zumo close behind the screen at the same angle as the dash. Rock solid, no vibration of the Zumo, The Zumo blocks partly the view through the screen, but I am 1.90 m and look well above the screen. A happy man.

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That BikePenR GPS mount looks good, but it sits the GPS very high. Anyone know of one that's about half the length? I want the GPS to be tucked in close to the bar, and if that means I have to take the screen off while I get in behind it to fit the mount, then I'm happy with that. Convenience to mount it happens once. Convenience to use it happens every time I ride it.

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That BikePenR GPS mount looks good, but it sits the GPS very high. Anyone know of one that's about half the length? I want the GPS to be tucked in close to the bar, and if that means I have to take the screen off while I get in behind it to fit the mount, then I'm happy with that. Convenience to mount it happens once. Convenience to use it happens every time I ride it.
I have fitted a BMW GPS Mounting BMW R1100, 1150GS & Adv. This unit fits the new Africa Twin brilliantly and is much more secure than the RAM mounts. I found that the RAM mount suffered from too much vibration when off the main roads.


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SW Motech q/d holder for me. Right height above the clocks without obscuring anything, nice reach, a bit of vibration at times but otherwise, perfect.
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Forgive my hand, hadn't tightened it in at this point.
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BanB, that's real neat, just what I'm after.
Is it home crafted or can I buy it somewhere???
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post #19 of 45 (permalink) Old 06-29-2016, 05:32 AM
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Thumbs up My own 3D printed zumo adapter

I too was looking for a simple adapter to mount my Zumo on the AT screen bar.
Didn't find anything to my taste, so I designed one for myself and let it be 3D print by an online 3D printing service ("i.materialise.com")
It works perfectly and my gps is now where it should be: just above the panel, on the 13 mm screen bar, without all the complex components from Ram or Touratech.

I made my design available for 3D printing, so anyone who's interested can let it print for himself.
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AfricaTwin is my 5th bike and with all my bikes i have mounted my Zumo with ram mounts (which came in the box) - now i have bought a new tomtomrider410 and decided to mount it to bar on windscreen, but not satisfied because of so much vibration when offroad riding and so much wind noise with higher speeds...

so i am looking for a better place to mount or a good adapter (like as touratech)
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