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How to mount GPS on bike?


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Ive tried using the car mount. Those sucker on the windscreen, i used it on the tank. It works, but i worry for it and with the vibration on my twins, it goes all angles.

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my style uses 3m velcro on my IU unit plastic cover.

 

i stick one on the iu and 1 on the backside of my phone casing. then when i need it just stick it.

 

i use the normal velcro, 90km still ok. so the 3m mushroom head velcro should be even stronger.

 

good position too, cause my iu is right infront of me, in turn, the gps is right infront of my face.

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i use double sided sticky tape.

 

once sticky no more(i.e. gd for 1 time use), just replace with new sticky tape.

 

good for up to 89.99km/h.

 

i have lost countless phones but this is probably the cheapest mounts u can get! :)

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Tsk, lets arrange for you to sell me something again and I will teach you the art of cable tying. It's the ultimate kopitiam engineering skill and much more secure than double sided tape lol. I have not lost cameras, galaxy tabs, phones, aero parts and cargo boxes which are all cable tied lol.

 

My hair is getting too huge and needs to be tied. I think cable ties can be used for that purpose too. I have zillions of cable ties LOL.

 

i use double sided sticky tape.

 

once sticky no more(i.e. gd for 1 time use), just replace with new sticky tape.

 

good for up to 89.99km/h.

 

i have lost countless phones but this is probably the cheapest mounts u can get! :)

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I have a garmin gsmap 62s, fully waterproof, and get the accessories to fix it from sim lim sq.

The gps is a great handheld for touring, but for use in a city ... hum not sure it is the good choice

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after testing alot of mounts and all that..

My handlebar has no space to mount a full circle so I need to melt the plastic giving me 4 holes, using the art of 3M double side tape and cable ties, it can secure nicely on my handle bar.. as and when I need to change device.. I just need to change the "top part".. iPhone or any universal device.. *water proof can be achieve*

 

*pending my new mount to arrive in another month time.. heehee..

Kindly read thru at least the intro section first before decide to post any comments.... thanks... :cool:

 

Please proceed to this website/web link if you guys have any technical issues on Kawasaki Kips/KR150, I'll update the 1st POST as and when there's a new question. Newbies questions on the top as well. :)

 

 

 

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?p=6285055#post6285055

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