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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old Jun 20th, 2006, 11:13 pm Thread Starter
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Panavise, BMW GPS Mount, and Gadgets

It's been a trying couple days, but I think I am all set. I'll get pictures for you all ASAP.

All of this can be ordered via Raffy at www.motogear4you.com or Jim Lawson/Ted Barnes at www.dallasmotorcycles.com

Jim helped Saturday and Ted helped with with the final install tonight.

I have my recently purchased Garmin 2720 installed on the BMW GPS Mount with a Garmin Mount. There is a RAM clip mount for between $10-15 available also.

I have the Sirius Streamer GT installed on a Panavise pop-off mount using the GM-600 Mirror Boss mounts. The Sirius Streamer seems to be the only unit other than the S50 that has a volume control that goes loud enough to listen through an Autocom.

Here's the bill of materials...

2x Panavise Short Arms: $33.78
2x GM-600 Mirror Boss Mounts: $37.90 (make sure you take a half inch drill bit and a set of visegrips and turn the lip making the left boss smaller than the right)
1x Pop-Off Clip Mount: $5.95
1x XM/Sirius Antenna Bracket: $19.95
1x Sirius Streamer GT: $39.95

Total: $147.53

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Is this a motorcycle or an AWAC
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Power, audio and cabling, the rest of the story. What are you doing under the covers? Inquiring minds want to know

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this is looking like a very clean install
i like it a lot
thanks for the pictures.... well done, sir
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Shaddup, Rob! We all know you're doing the same thing!

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Power, audio and cabling, the rest of the story. What are you doing under the covers? Inquiring minds want to know
Centech AP-1 fuse panel (installed on top of the battery) which is fed by the battery and uses a relay to the parking lights for switched power. Turn the key on, the AP-1 is hot. We discussed using the GPS port power, but it is unclear whether it would drive all my stuff without faulting.

All the wiring comes out and is routed either on the left or right side of the handlebar assembly. The GPS mount is BMW, the rest is PanaVise.

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So it looks like I need to make a trip over to Osaka and get George some Sushi. When I get back from Arkansas my AP-1 should have arrived.
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Centech AP-1 fuse panel (installed on top of the battery) which is fed by the battery and uses a relay to the parking lights for switched power. Turn the key on, the AP-1 is hot. We discussed using the GPS port power, but it is unclear whether it would drive all my stuff without faulting.

All the wiring comes out and is routed either on the left or right side of the handlebar assembly. The GPS mount is BMW, the rest is PanaVise.
Are you using an audio mixer or intercom?

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Jeff what is the red button next to the radar detector?
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