Yea, I understand but it would be mainly be for when I am driving thru the mountains in North Georgia and North Carolina. I ended up getting the tom tom 130s at a really good price and will put it in my tank bag. I just wanted to see what others have done. Sometimes you see something you never thought of. It would be nice if you could lay it flat some how on top of the idiot lights. This way it wouldn't stick out so far.I had a difficult time wrapping my brain around a GPS specific to the Thruxton, to the point that I considered that you might have been trolling for flames.
The Zumo is pretty good sized, there is a lot of truth to that... but it is waterproof (ridden through pouring down rain with it powered and have had NO issues) and it is also workable while wearing gloves....is much smaller than the one that was posted by hobbes80.
That is exactly why I got the Quest II - very compact, and very effective. Most of the time, I just stick the suction cup window mount to the glass on the tach and go!That's pretty big. Thanks for the pictures...it's always nice to see how/where other people set things up.
...try getting lost you may find yourself
As a Moderator, I imagine he has a lot of posts because of people like you that can't seem to stay on topic and would rather flame someone for their personal preference then make a valid post.maybe your time is wasted with 2000 posts, not with finding roads to ride. i guess you would rather post than ride.
I'm sorry tgleaton, but posts like this just can't be tolerated. Please read The Art of Flame War by Scum Dzude and give us a 1,000 word report by tomorrow. Be prepared to give a demonstration afterwards.i usually ignore posts that are negative. who cares what some guy says behind the comfort of his little computer screen.