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IPBR21054
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 11:54 pm    Post subject: Honda Cbr 600 1998 FW model Reply with quote

I am going to install a tomtom one v2 on my cbr.
The only place where it will fit without fouling anything is in the hollow top yoke stem nut.
Ram mounts do a specific item to inflate within the tube and has a ball fitting on the top to mount the arm etc.

My question is has anybody fitted a tomtom one v2 to there cbr.
My TT will mount into the fitting supplied but it is just the slide in version like what you would have in your car and not sure if that is good enough on the bike ?,i have seen a fitting that looks like the TT clips into a cage sort of holding it on all 4 sides if you know what i mean.I would of put a picture on here but not sure how to do it.
Another question is whats the volume like when riding,can you hear it ok.
Cant afford the rider so playing around with this idea.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 24, 2008 12:51 am    Post subject: Re: Honda Cbr 600 1998 FW model Reply with quote

IPBR21054 wrote:
Ram mounts do a specific item to inflate within the tube and has a ball fitting on the top to mount the arm etc.


I don't know if it helps, but the RAM mount I use for my Quest is the U-bolt one and it attaches to the left handlebar on my 600-FX.

http://www.ram-mount-uk.com/ram-b-231z.htm
http://www.gpsw.co.uk/details/prod2168.html

IPBR21054 wrote:
My TT will mount into the fitting supplied but it is just the slide in version like what you would have in your car and not sure if that is good enough on the bike ?


I would recommend that you go with the more solid mount, don't underestimate the amount of vibration on a bike and you don't want the thing falling off and wedging itself in your steering!

Good luck!
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