And how are you powering the GPS at the moment? Where you able to tape into a switched line somewhere?My GPS bracket. Its for a TomTom 400.
Ive modified the bracket by chopping off both of the balls and by drilling through and tapping to M5 and screwing both bits together. Means you dont need the balls and connector arm and saves about 75 mm of armature that i didnt need.
SW-Motechs maybe, if TT-rack has enough material for these mounting points. Of course you need to drill some hole in it. They havealso SW-M steel rack for AT.What top boxes will go onto that rack ?
Givi do this version similar to SW Motech for crosstourer to go with monokey boxes, I got one and it fits AT.SW-Motechs maybe, if TT-rack has enough material for these mounting points. Of course you need to drill some hole in it. They havealso SW-M steel rack for AT.
Just wondering, why SW-M don't do aluminium racks with mounting points, so you don't need to use separate adapter plates?
EDIT: Link fixed
My navigation mountI'm hoping that this will fit the cross bar between the top screen mounts.....should be a nice way to fit my GPS if it does.
Not sure who was declaring those prices? It was always gonna be pitched between crossrunner and crosstourer. Estimated price to me was always £10,500.Dont get me started on prices, when i paid my deposit in july i was told the DCT version was coming into the uk at around £9000, this rapidly changed to £9500 and i was then told it would be under £10000.
At the NEC launch the Honda rep was 'proud' to declare the price at £10500!
I noted that MCN never mentioned the previously declared prices that they had been printing after the launch ( dont want to upset big brand advertising revenue now do we.)
Rip off britian / EU once again.
Unfortuantely, we did get a raw deal in the UK. You have to take into account that the Crossrunner is sold in the UK at an inflated price because of the 'extras' it comes with (GPS/topbox/Akrapovic/centrestand). It's only in the UK this bike comes like that and that is because of how poorly the first Crossrunner sold. Honda UK couldn't afford to have another lame duck on its books, hence the upgrade, but sold at an inflated price to cover those 'free' extras. If the Crossrunner was sold nearer its actual (as in lower like other EU countries) price, the AT could have been sold at a lower price point and very probably a grand less than it is.Not sure who was declaring those prices? It was always gonna be pitched between crossrunner and crosstourer. Estimated price to me was always £10,500.
Ride safe and enjoy, you're gonna love it.Anyway moving on from getting upset about european pricing variations, only 8 more sleeps to go and im out on the road here in sunny old blighty.
Hope the weathers going to be kind but really not fussed, im going out on it no matter what.
If anyones in the lakes on the 1st March i will be out and about and hopefully having a good time.
Photos to follow.