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    Please don't use bold text next time, masakit sa mata...

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    i use my iphone and earphones with tomtom north america heheheh

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    Default Motorcycle Mount

    Here is how i mount my China GPS when i ride my motorcycle, got the idea from youtube but did not want to lose a sidemirror which is why i mounted it on the speedometer instead, velcro tape hold the unit surprisingly well, ive tried using the suction mount but it was too risky and the unit might fall off plus it was too eyecatching

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUxI4NAE3HU






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    Its a great idea to uses of the GPS system on the motor bike . Its set as like the it set on the desk board of the bolero . Its helps for finding the target.

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    I recently ran the Petron Endurance run and I used my Nuvi 1450. After a couple of experiments at mounting the GPS on my scoot I decided to bite the bullet and just get the RAM Mount kit. Good thing they had the medium/wide box available since the 1450's a pretty big boy and I was afraid they didn't keep it in stock.

    Worked perfectly, save for a few power interruptions due to a loose lighter plug.

    Will try to post pics as soon as I can set up the rig again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beerboy View Post
    The Ram Mounts that come with the Zumo has held up on light to moderate offroad terrain so far and it looks like it will be able to take extreme bashing. However the Zumo mount from TouraTech seems more solid.
    tfs sir.

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    here is my rig , 276c using ram mount
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaz2009 View Post
    here is my rig , 276c using ram mount
    Nice pics. Perfectly match with your bike.

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    OMNIA on my raider r150


    Last edited by bentot; 02-28-2011 at 18:46.

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    Nice, Lets Ride

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