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    Default Mounting ideas?

    I'm pretty commited to using a RAM mount for my new detector.

    I've used one with my GPS V for a year now and like how sturdy it is. The GPS arm comes off a ball mounted on the back of the front brake lever clamp. Due to tight sportsbike cockpit, a second arm and plate off the clutch side seems like it'll be an efficient use of space.

    Curious what other two wheeled users are doing.

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    Default RAM Mount

    I also use the RAM Mount for my GPS, but for radar detectors I like the "Spider" Mounts.

    The only issue I have had with my RAM mount, was for some reason the bolt working lose while riding. Had to use some locktight to keep that from happening
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    I like the stem bolt hole mounts too.

    Unfortunately in their efforts to be different, Triumph uses a closed machined stearing head bolt... so no hole.

    Mike H

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    I've my Bel 660R/975R installed in my yamaha FZ600S and I just need an earphone. All is concealled. It works fine.

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    Default Until it rains

    We had installed the 975R too on motorcycles, but one good rain storm is all it takes to short out the control head
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    The Bel 660R control panel for bike is waterproof and usually are installed in covered places.

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    Default 660R

    Are these the units that Target International sells?
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    Yes it is the Bel Target 660R. To tell you the truth, it works fine. I think is the best RD for Europe.

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    I've seen them on the net, they do a nice conversion to the unit!
    Not available in the states
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    If you need any unit, I can buy and send you to the U.S.A.

 

 

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