Keep these loose, dont tighten them yet, you will need to adjust them.
Next, install the universal crossbar mounting setup through the brackets, you will need to shift these around to get them to line up. Its easy
Once you have the crossbar in and centered, go ahead and torque the handlebar bolts to the proper torque. Once torqued, slide the crossbar out.
Next, mount the GPS bracket to the crossbar (keeping the little nuts semi loose to adjust into ideal location:
Then slide the mount onto the brackets and adjust accordingly:
MAKE SURE TO FULL CYCLE THE BARS AND MAKE SURE NOTHING CONTACTS ANYTHING FROM LOCK TO LOCK!
It looks HUGE and in your face in the pics, but its not as big as it looks, its the angle. I still have full visibility of all my gauges easily.
Final Pics (Its raised up high for visual purposes for you guys, i will have it considerably lower and cut the leftover portion of the legs for a cleaner look!
Again, its kinda big and not for everyone, but i enjoy exploring new roads and setting breadcrumbs and saving them for future use and sharing with friends.
I was also able to keep my hardwire kit for my last bike, so i will be hardwiring that into the Busa's electrical system this weekend!
THIS THING IS ROCK SOLID and NOT GOING ANYWHERE!! I am VERY VERY happy with the results!
Its pricey, but touratech makes top notch stuff!