Following completion of mounting an M-25 Blinder system on my BMW M-3 I decided to do the same for my BMW K1200S.
I used one M-25 jammer and located it under the nose and attached it to the bottom of the radiator. (I used 3M double stick tape.)
I ran the jammer wire through the side of the fairing in a small hole I drilled. I used the small compartment on the left side of the bike for the electrics and switching.
As for the buzzer I wanted it to face me so I could possible hear it when it goes off. I used 3M double stick tape for this also. Ideally I would have preferred an audio out that I could input into my Autocomm Pro AVI.)
On the upside, I also have a Valentine One that is input to the Autocomm so I can depend on that for my laser as well as radar warning.
I wired the M-25 directly to the battery and used the included switch to turn it on and off. (Since the K1200s has a CAN-bus electrical system I can not tap into it for power switching. And since the V1 is already hooked up via the Autocomm switch I did not want to possibly blow a fuse.
Also-to head off any questions, the GPS unit you see is a Garmin 2820. It forwards NAV voice, MP3 music, Bluetooth phone calls via my Treo 700P as well as radar and laser warnings to my Autocomm Pro AVI.
Hope this help any prospective installers.