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magpie

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It won't be long before somebody designs/builds a GPS mount like you show. There are two mounting holes in that location on the F-Jay that could easily be used, but none yet.
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Are there any FJ-09/tracer  specific GPS mounts available?  it would be good to have one that fits  above the instruments
 
like this 
 
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To far away to adjust on the fly.  I prefer mounting off the handlebar clamps with RAM mounts.

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I too prefer having my GPS and near eye level. Then you can navigate and see what's going on. Easy to adjust seating temporarily to adjust the GPS as well. This is the setup I had on my Super Tenere. Being 5'7" I had no issues adjusting the GPS while on the move. I'm hoping someone comes out with this type of solution too.
 
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I too prefer having my GPS and near eye level. Then you can navigate and see what's going on. Easy to adjust seating temporarily to adjust the GPS as well. This is the setup I had on my Super Tenere. Being 5'7" I had no issues adjusting the GPS while on the move. I'm hoping someone comes out with this type of solution too. 
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I agree had mine fitted between the handle bar clamps I had to bend my head taking my eyes off the road ahead just to see it
 
it needs to be in the line of sight
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