I haven't ridden my bike since I installed it yesterday. It does come off real easily though. If I were to park somewhere, I would remove it along with my phone. The external TPMS sensors are secured to my bike via lock nuts. Majority of the time when I ride, I'm not getting off my bike even for a pit stop unless I need gas. If I'm on my bike, I'm constantly riding until I get home.
Jetblast -I'm at it again! I installed my Garmin Zumo XT! I'm going to hardwire it later this evening when I'm off work.
I'm not sure if the mounting hardware will work with the Camel brace. I'm actually using the RAM mount base for my phone and I just plugged my Garmin onto that. It does come with RAM mount hardware. The U bolt seems a bit big for a Camel brace so I'm not sure if it will fit. You can buy a RAM mount that will fit a 1/2" bar though. I have 2 of them installed on my Camel brace. One is for the Zumo and the other is for my TPMS.Have mine still sitting in the box waiting.
Did the included Garmin mounting hardware mount up to the Camel Brace...???
It looks like thats what set-up you have...???
I actually ran the Zumo power wire directly to the battery. There is a YouTube video where a dude attached the wire to an accessories connection right behind the headlight. You have to pull the fairings off and part of the plastic body from the front of the bike. I wasn't feeling that ambitious so I decided to run the power wire down my Camel brace, through the left fairing, and over to the battery. I had to remove my left fairing to make it work.Jetblast -
I'm behind you on accessorizing, but I'd be interested in knowing how you power your bling... just off the pre-wired connection in the fairing, or something more like the Beaver circuits?
Sweet. I like 'em.I have up going tubeless with stock wheels, with all the silicon and sealing tape in the world your going to be wondering when will you spring a leak and get stranded... After my second leak and a two lifts for the Africa i put born TUBELESS wheels... Best serious modification
Yes Sir John....what model TUBELESS wheels did you use...??I have up going tubeless with stock wheels, with all the silicon and sealing tape in the world your going to be wondering when will you spring a leak and get stranded... After my second leak and a two lifts for the Africa i put born TUBELESS wheels... Best serious modification
If the wires broke where they enter the quickshifter and you get it fixed, reroute the wiring so it doesn't flex in that area. 1000 / 1100 use the same quickshifter only Honda update the wiring routing to stabilize the wiring to prevent the breakage.I've been having occasionally "cuts" between shift's and for a while now and bike had some unusual behaviour usually between shifting gears although QS worked. Took down QS and in with reliable Manual. Got CEL on which I reset. If I counted correctly 10 slow and 7 fast blinks.
Will give it a try in repairing