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 on: January 26, 2020, 07:59:28 pm 
Started by Aldo - Last post by Tifa
Pulled the stainless rad guard out of the cb.
Going to be doing a bit of emblackening over the next few weeks.  happy88

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 on: January 26, 2020, 05:29:42 pm 
Started by Aldo - Last post by whitey
iv'e just sent it to your mob, take it you haven't change numbers

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 on: January 26, 2020, 02:45:05 pm 
Started by Aldo - Last post by trickymicky65
iv'e got a Tom Tom on mine Mick, it came with it's own mounting system i clamped mine on to the mirror stem, then you just slide the sat nav on and off and it clips itself in place. works good for me

have you got a photo?

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 on: January 26, 2020, 02:43:54 pm 
Started by Aldo - Last post by trickymicky65
I purchased the bracket from Garmin that goes with the model.

Works well enough. Only issue is that the power lead is only just long enough to run from the battery to the handle bars. It's hard to find a live connection that you can use on the SDR.

Theres a power connector outlet lead under the pillion cover that looks like a Male Optimate type fit. I could adapt a lead & extend the current charging wire.  I also presume that if that outlet is a power out lead that I can also connect it to an optimate & reverse the polarity????     

Allegedly I do ut havent had a root around yet.

Yes - I've done that on my AT, fitted an optimate cable that I use to power the sst nav as well as trickle charge the battery.

Also you should have switched and non switched feeds if you root around for them, at least my GT and Rico's Adventure do.

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 on: January 26, 2020, 01:43:56 pm 
Started by Aldo - Last post by whitey
iv'e got a Tom Tom on mine Mick, it came with it's own mounting system i clamped mine on to the mirror stem, then you just slide the sat nav on and off and it clips itself in place. works good for me

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 on: January 26, 2020, 11:03:57 am 
Started by Aldo - Last post by Aka_Gilo
I purchased the bracket from Garmin that goes with the model.

Works well enough. Only issue is that the power lead is only just long enough to run from the battery to the handle bars. It's hard to find a live connection that you can use on the SDR.

Theres a power connector outlet lead under the pillion cover that looks like a Male Optimate type fit. I could adapt a lead & extend the current charging wire.  I also presume that if that outlet is a power out lead that I can also connect it to an optimate & reverse the polarity????     

Yes - I've done that on my AT, fitted an optimate cable that I use to power the sst nav as well as trickle charge the battery.

Also you should have switched and non switched feeds if you root around for them, at least my GT and Rico's Adventure do.

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 on: January 26, 2020, 09:31:38 am 
Started by Aldo - Last post by felix

On me Trumf i wired the TomTom to the horn feed as that was the closest (picked up the tip on the Tiger forum)...... must be something nearer your Nav on the SD that you can tap into ?

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 on: January 26, 2020, 09:24:33 am 
Started by Aldo - Last post by trickymicky65
I purchased the bracket from Garmin that goes with the model.

Works well enough. Only issue is that the power lead is only just long enough to run from the battery to the handle bars. It's hard to find a live connection that you can use on the SDR.

Theres a power connector outlet lead under the pillion cover that looks like a Male Optimate type fit. I could adapt a lead & extend the current charging wire.  I also presume that if that outlet is a power out lead that I can also connect it to an optimate & reverse the polarity????     

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 on: January 26, 2020, 09:18:31 am 
Started by Aldo - Last post by trickymicky65
Mick I made a carrier for mine but I don't know if it'll fit your dash.   what5

I did a rough copy from KTM's power parts catalogue, it's yours if it'll fit.

Hang on to it for me please till we meet up in April. Hope I can find my way there alright.   

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 on: January 25, 2020, 11:08:12 pm 
Started by Aldo - Last post by Aka_Gilo
I have a mount above the dash bought off a Dutch guy on FB who produces them, but it won’t fit your bike. I have a ball mount on my AT and it works fine but doesn’t look great.

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