Here's my system that I just finished with last week. I went with an Escort 8500 X50 radar detector and a Blinder M20 Laser Jammer.
I found two good choices for mounting the detector on the 675. The steering stem mount places the unit higher and farther forward, which would be better for seeing the display. I preferred the fork tube mount which places it lower and to the side. The display can't be seen as easily but it doesn't obscure the dash panel. It's good and solid and adjusts to all angles, very nicely engineered.
...and in place on the bike
I didn't get any pictures with the tank and fairings off, but I just zip tied the wires to the existing wiring that follows the left frame tube along the bottom of the fuel tank (like jbj's installation above). I used the existing ground connection on the top of the engine case below the rear of the fuel tank.
For the power lead I patched into one of the loops in the alarm harness plug just forward of the battery, it turns on and off with the ignition...
I mounted the front head unit for the laser jammer on the underside of the nose with double sided tape. I wasn't sure I trusted the tape at first but turns out it's very secure and still can be pulled off cleanly if necessary. There's about 12mm clearance for the fender with the forks fully compressed, so there's still room for ride height adjustment. (From a normal angle it's nowhere near as noticable as it looks in the picture).
I fabricated a small aluminum bracket for the rear head unit and mounted it above the license plate.
The jammer interface isn't waterproof so there was only one place for it, inside the tail cowl.
Finally, I mounted the switch and indicator light in the left fairing infill so it can be reached easily at speed. The idea being to slow down when you get an alert, then kill the signal to allow the LEO to get a reading at legal speed so he doesn't suspect he was jammed..heh-heh-heh . The audio alarm can be seen zip tied to the frame just ahead of the sticker.
The only thing missing from the set-up is the wireless heads up helmet display which I'll have within the next two weeks. I'll add some pics and my impressions then.
How much time involved in the installation?
How much did the whole setup cost?
Nice install. Your bike is way too clean
If you wanna say something, speak into the mic. It's right above my balls.
SORRY , I should mention that this is not my 675 , mine is grey , the install is from the Triumph forum , just though the pics might help , cost estimated at about 800 dollars ,
Let me give you the run down on how they work......
Beep Beep Beep....."Ah FUCK" ~WFO throttle~
I like it allot looking at the ZR3 was this very adaptable to a bike as the ZR3 is for a car
The install looks pretty straitghtforward , if you are electrically inclined , I think I'll just go with a detector instead , cheap and easy to install , and if it saves you once or twice that's good enough for me, anyone with pics of their installs??? Post up for others to see ......