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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 03-21-2009, 09:54 PM Thread Starter
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Getting the touring rig set up

I took advantage of the $200 Nuvi 760 deal a few weeks ago then added my new valentine to the mix all on ram mounts. The Nuvi is mounted in an Aqua box to keep it dry. and the touch screen still works perfect through the soft screen on the box.






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lookin good! It'd be nice to get a valentine for my bike....i'm assuming it might come in handy waaay more than once this year

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what i want is the garmin 770(i think??)...bluetooth capable with ability to put in a sd card...

then get a bluetooth helmet to rock it out on rides/take calls

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nice setup

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Tony, looks good. How well does the touch screen work through the cover? Is there room behind/insude to mount the garmin cradle too?
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what i want is the garmin 770(i think??)...bluetooth capable with ability to put in a sd card...

then get a bluetooth helmet to rock it out on rides/take calls
Mine is bluetooth and takes an SD card.




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How well is the new series screen working out in the sunlight?
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Tony, looks good. How well does the touch screen work through the cover? Is there room behind/insude to mount the garmin cradle too?
yup plenty of room and the touch screen works great under the cover.

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How well is the new series screen working out in the sunlight?
Havent riddin with it yet, but i have been using it in my truck and it's working great.




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Nice set up. I just ordered a steering stem mount for my bike so hopefully I can get my own set up going. How do you have the V1 set up? Are you using one RAM mount for both?

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I bet the cup holder is out of frame.

I wonder what's holding the radar detector in place?
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whats the PN for the aquabox?

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what i want is the garmin 770(i think??)...bluetooth capable with ability to put in a sd card...

then get a bluetooth helmet to rock it out on rides/take calls
Just what you need to be doing.... taking calls while riding. I can hear it now..... "What ya doing?" "I dunno.... about a buck 20!"

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I bet the cup holder is out of frame.

I wonder what's holding the radar detector in place?
Ram mount for the detector

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Nice Tony, looks a little cluttered by the radar detector like it covers the tach. Is that just because the angle of the picture? Glad to see that you didn't sell the Multi, you had it up for sale if I remember correct. That is such a cool bike.

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