Cheers Tramp, is yours on a Migsel mount or what...Hi richie,
I`ve had mine 15 mnths now and love it, just done the whole route from caen to the pyrenees and back on mapsource , so I can ride the roads I want to.
here`s mine with the tall screen and ram mounts, powered direct from battery under tank though.
I agree about not needing bluetooth etc, bit of a price increase for the true biking ones though. Find in slow town traffic can here the instructions clear as long as my mp3 tuned off.
Think Hudders has one and is in Morrocco as we speak.
Sorry again, but I am still unsure how you attached the ram ball to the bike...Hi ,
no its the std RAM mount with short arm to the mounting bracket, just push power lead and then nuvi into cradle.
works fine for me and best bit is its in direct line with the clocks so youi dont take the eyes off the road.
I removed the screen and loosened the clock surround screws  this then enabled the surround to be moved clear of the clocks etc.
placed btm mount on surround and then drilled [slowly] pilot holes through plastic , then used self tapping screws into some wood which needed to be shapped to place under surround.
You wont see it when all back together, this was so the screws had something to Bite intoas the plastic is thin.
I think I screwed mount into wood then replaced surround and see what needed taking off so it was a good fit/support, used some old soft/batterns 2x1 I think then painted black , you could always put some no nails on wood to bond to plastic swell if you wished.
The wood does not get wet as protected from weather by screen and fairing.
I ran my power feed cable through at the same time and super glued along edge of surround before refixing screen to it , looked seemy professional, well for a bodge anyway.
just watch the screen doesnt catch the sat nav mount at top as vibration could crack the screen. it may sound complicated but when all the bits to hand and it all becomes clear.