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I got a new Droid Turbo 2 a few weeks ago & now have a mount for it. I have 2 LT's one for in town & the other for trips. My trip LT is a 2000 & it has 3 Garmin GPS's, a Satellite tracker & a donut shop locator.
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I got a new Droid Turbo 2 a few weeks ago & now have a mount for it. I have 2 LT's one for in town & the other for trips. My trip LT is a 2000 & it has 3 Garmin GPS's, a Satellite tracker & a donut shop locator.

My humble opinion. Toooooooo much load man. It looks like a fighter plane. Can you really see the road ahead of you? One GPS and one DVR camera recording everything happening in front of me are enough I believe.
Anyway, it's your choice.
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I was expecting more info on the phone mount.

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I was expecting more info on the phone mount.
Me too. Can you show how it's mounted?
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I got a new Droid Turbo 2 a few weeks ago & now have a mount for it. I have 2 LT's one for in town & the other for trips. My trip LT is a 2000 & it has 3 Garmin GPS's, a Satellite tracker & a donut shop locator.
I saw your mount on the FB group, I like to repurpose existing items myself and the layout is nice. I am curious about what is the need for three GPS units? I'm not criticizing, I'm just trying to understand the reasoning. I believe you're using the 4" as a speedometer but doesn't the 5 or 7" do that as well? I don't use one on the bike and may be missing something.
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If you get lost with that setup, it will be a result of what is in the cup holder rendering you incapable of interpreting the data from all your instruments.

That is my favorite though.
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Very impressive! With my ADD I'm sure I'd be in the ditch in no time with all that to look at!

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I got a new Droid Turbo 2 a few weeks ago & now have a mount for it. I have 2 LT's one for in town & the other for trips. My trip LT is a 2000 & it has 3 Garmin GPS's, a Satellite tracker & a donut shop locator.
Umm ... Why?

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I got a new Droid Turbo 2 a few weeks ago & now have a mount for it. I have 2 LT's one for in town & the other for trips. My trip LT is a 2000 & it has 3 Garmin GPS's, a Satellite tracker & a donut shop locator.
Where is the paper map in the pouch on the tank bag?

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I was expecting more info on the phone mount.
I bought a Ram Mount X-Grip XL size. I modified an old BMW CB mount on the clutch reservoir.

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For the 5 & 7 inch GPS I set them up differently & can change one or both while riding if I'm looking for a different route. I bought the 7 inch GPS for riding in Nicaragua on a rental dirt bike & when I got back home I mounted it on this bike.

I've had 2 GPS units on my bikes for years now & 1 more doesn't seem to busy for me. The 7 inch is not waterproof & I can put it away while riding. I can also switch it to my other LT in a few seconds.

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Where is the paper map in the pouch on the tank bag?
I study paper maps for weeks before a trip & have them with me when I travel. Very rarely do I put a trip in a GPS. I zoom one in & the other out & use them for a map.

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Ya sure, but where did you get the donut shop locator? ;-)
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I study paper maps for weeks before a trip & have them with me when I travel. Very rarely do I put a trip in a GPS. I zoom one in & the other out & use them for a map.
I much prefer paper maps for trip planning. Much easier to get the big picture. However, I do like using the route feature of the GPS. I generally plan the routes in Basecamp and then load to GPS. Although, I have found that Basecamp and my new Nav V don't always play well together, at least with the Europe map.

I had planned out my full UK trip, but when I got to Scotland I found that the GPS had only coarse route points in it and had to recalculate each route each day. And it often chose a different route than I had created in Basecamp. To sure why it did this.

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Ya sure, but where did you get the donut shop locator? ;-)
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When I use a route I made in basecamp the GPS looses a lot of detail on the map. With a second GPS I still have all of the details.

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When I use a route I made in basecamp the GPS looses a lot of detail on the map. With a second GPS I still have all of the details.
I was surprised at how poorly Basecamp interoperates with my Nav V. It seemed much better with the Nav III.

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For the 5 & 7 inch GPS I set them up differently & can change one or both while riding if I'm looking for a different route. I bought the 7 inch GPS for riding in Nicaragua on a rental dirt bike & when I got back home I mounted it on this bike.

I've had 2 GPS units on my bikes for years now & 1 more doesn't seem to busy for me. The 7 inch is not waterproof & I can put it away while riding. I can also switch it to my other LT in a few seconds.
That makes sense. I can see where it would be easy to see the close up of the route as well as the larger overview of the route on two different units. I've been thinking about adding one of my older Garmins to the bike for speedometer and general location use. I tend to use my phone and the map for directions and have it play through the stereo. So far it works pretty well but it's difficult to review my location while moving.
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I often get up at 3:00am on Fridays go to work early & ride 700 to 900 miles after work. I'll spend Sat. with family or friends & ride home on Sunday. Having different electronics to play with helps me stay awake after a 20 to 24 hour day.

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Very nice lay out. I particularly like the SPOT Gen1 Sat Tracker! I ride a 2000 1200LT and love it. I also work for Globalstar/SPOT, thanks for being a customer....
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why do you need three GPSs mate
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Look at the screen on each GPS. One is set for a closeup view, so you can see the next turn, or where the next twisty leads to. One is set for a longer overview, so you can see what towns and amenities are up ahead, or where the current roads leads to. And one is set on data view, so you can see average speed, time/miles remaining, and fuel range so you know if you can safely make it to the next town.

Now some may call that distracting, but there's a certain elegance to having all of that data instantly available in a quick glance. Some may even say that's safer than having to remove a hand from the grip and remove your focus from the road while changing screens...
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I talked to a LEO at the gas station today & he said I could get a ticket for touching an electric device while moving. I asked about pushing a button to toggle between maps & speedo. He said he could write a ticket for that. It's nice to have my electronic devices set up before I ride so I don't need to touch them.

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I talked to a LEO at the gas station today & he said I could get a ticket for touching an electric device while moving. I asked about pushing a button to toggle between maps & speedo. He said he could write a ticket for that. It's nice to have my electronic devices set up before I ride so I don't need to touch them.
That's the dumbest thing I've heard in some time. So in NC you can get fined fit tuning your radio in your car? That requires touching an electric device. Actually, so does actuating your turn signals or wipers.

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That's the dumbest thing I've heard in some time. So in NC you can get fined fit tuning your radio in your car? That requires touching an electric device. Actually, so does actuating your turn signals or wipers.
He said he could he didn't say he would write a ticket. A distracted driving ticket is pretty broad on what it means.

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It's refreshing to see someone tinkering with all kinds of stuff on the LT, reminds me a little of the way Thomas Edison was. The display of all those gadgets on the LT may not appeal to everyone, but you have to admit that Dave is forging ahead and trying something far from the usual. I bet if it wasn't for his quest of something that could work better some of us on this forum wouldn't have received the benefit of his knowledge and great repair of the LT's final drive. I remember reading in this forum that he has several different final drives with different ratios and mounts them to his LT depending on where he will be biking. How many of us do that? Keep it up Dave, you might just come up with the LT we all wanted.
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It's refreshing to see someone tinkering with all kinds of stuff on the LT, reminds me a little of the way Thomas Edison was. The display of all those gadgets on the LT may not appeal to everyone, but you have to admit that Dave is forging ahead and trying something far from the usual. I bet if it wasn't for his quest of something that could work better some of us on this forum wouldn't have received the benefit of his knowledge and great repair of the LT's final drive. I remember reading in this forum that he has several different final drives with different ratios and mounts them to his LT depending on where he will be biking. How many of us do that? Keep it up Dave, you might just come up with the LT we all wanted.
Thanks Wayne, I'm working on another final drive ratio tonight for my up coming ride at the Smoky Mountain Fall Reunion.

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He said he could he didn't say he would write a ticket. A distracted driving ticket is pretty broad on what it means.
I understand. I wasn't calling the LEO dumb. I am calling dumb a law that would even allow that.

Aviation has long proven that multiple devices are much more distracting than a single more information rich device. Scanning multiple devices takes a lot of discipline and can be mentally taxing. I got my instrument rating in the steam gauge and multiple radio days. Aviation has moved from multiple gauges and radios (literally dozens even in light airplanes) to 1 to 3 integrated displays with modes selected by buttons or soft keys. They is good reason for this.

I am not knocking anyone who wants five devices on their motorcycle, but just be realistic about the risks vs. the benefits. One of the benefits of living in the US is that we have the freedom, at least for now, to tinker and experiment to try to improve our life experience. And I support that 100%. I don't have more devices than I need as I have lived the transition in aviation from many to few and fewer is just better.

I should add that riding a motorcycle is simple compared to flying a plane so mental processing is unlikely to be a limiting factor as it often is when flying a plane on instruments at night in bad weather. That will show you at what point your brain runs out of capacity.

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I looked at the MOB ARMOR website..... which mounting type do you use ???? Do you clamp it to the handlebar, if not, where did you do the attachment ???
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I looked at the MOB ARMOR website..... which mounting type do you use ???? Do you clamp it to the handlebar, if not, where did you do the attachment ???
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But did you tell him about the donut finder? :-)

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Awesome, you have all the info needed and still can carry a drink...
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