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Old 04-23-2007, 10:56 PM   #1
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so.. i finally found a way to mount my radar

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Old 04-23-2007, 10:58 PM   #2
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unless you get a "screamer" it's pretty much useless.

and i'd really recommend you keep it tucked inside the fairing area.

www.saeng.com is where i got my mount.
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unless you get a "screamer" it's pretty much useless.
i plan on running some wires for headphones.
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thanks for the link!
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Old 04-23-2007, 11:44 PM   #6
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don't think that's a smart idea mounting it where you did....

1. rocks and objects that will hit it
2. weather issues (or even puddles of water people will splash up)
3. the wind may rip that sucker off sooner or later.
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Old 04-24-2007, 12:00 AM   #7
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don't think that's a smart idea mounting it where you did....

1. rocks and objects that will hit it
2. weather issues (or even puddles of water people will splash up)
3. the wind may rip that sucker off sooner or later.
i put down Tons for Velcro, that sucker ain't going no where. weather issues. i never ride if its 30% chance or more of rain.

rocks... i will figure something out shortly
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ill give it a week before somone snatches it
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Old 04-24-2007, 12:04 AM   #9
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ill give it a week before somone snatches it
its coming off when i park the bike..
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you'd be suprised with even the best velcro.....i used the industrial velcro for my radar.....when i hit really hard bumps.....that radar breaks loose sometimes. crazy feeling. so i use tape for backup as well.
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you'd be suprised with even the best velcro.....i used the industrial velcro for my radar.....when i hit really hard bumps.....that radar breaks loose sometimes. crazy feeling. so i use tape for backup as well.
thanks for the tip. if thats the case i might just get those Velcro straps that they use to organize cords and wrap that all the way around it.
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Old 04-24-2007, 12:32 AM   #12
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only thing i'd be worried about.
where did you get the mda mount? what software? bluetooth gps?
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How Did you Get Your MDA to Work As GPS?, I ddnt know about this Option..It is awesome.
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only thing i'd be worried about.
where did you get the mda mount? what software? bluetooth gps?
the Mda mount i had to Bend some Aluminum metal up and pop rivet it together. its mounted with Velcro also, but i have a wrist strap tether to my MDA just incase the velcro fails.

to get Gps on your mda you need to find a Bluetooth Gps Receiver. A good one will run you about $100-$130 max. For the program i found a pirated version of TomTom for the Pda's.
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Nice Set Up, thank you for Headz Up On the GPS thing. I Jus Sold My MDA, If I knew about GPS feature I wouldn ve Sold It.
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how do you run the power for the radar?
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how do you run the power for the radar?
the escort 8500 has a phone jack that you plug into to get power. there's 4 wires (i forgot the order) Red,Green,Yellow, and black... to get power Green is the ground and red is the Positve. i had a some phone jack crimpers at work and just made a whole new cable which is wired into my battery
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