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    Registered User Array SVR's Avatar
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    sportbike gps mount

    SV 650 looking for a gps mount (probably suction cup) and charging hookup. I've been looking at aftermarket usb chargers. Possibly dual usb. Not sure what the requirements are for gps and phone charger.
    whats worked for you

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    A suction cup will vibrate and eventually fall off. Get a stem mount, or a U-bolt mount around your handlebars. gpscity.ca will have both and more.
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    gpscity.ca . fast, big selection. There have been no less than 2 threads on this jus this season, one by me, so just give a quick search. RAM mounts are your friend mmmmmkay.

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    what are you attaching the RAM mount to? Any pics of your mounts? clip ons have no bar exposed. Kind of tight dash area behind windscreen. I will check out GPScity

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    Stem mount for 9500ix radar. From Tech Mount.
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    One on the steering stem, two involve replacement bolts on the brake/clutch reservoir.

    sv650 ram mount pictures

    Do not use a suction mount.
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    there is like half a dozen ways to attach your RAM base, i'm sure one can work for your bike. Mine is a tiny ball that mounts to the top clamp of my bar, very clean looking when not in use. For clip ons there is a brake reservoir mount point, a bar clamp, and a couple different ways on top of that.

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    Suction cups are not the answer.
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    thanks everyone. mount is ordered
    cheers

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