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R1100/1150/1200RT

Touratech has the largest selection of GPS Units, GPS mounts, wiring kits, maps & map holders and accessories for motorcycle navigation. We carry Garmin, Touratech, RAM, SPOT, CycoActive and many other brands.
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A simple, attractive GPS mount adapter that bolts to the steering yoke. Not as sophisticated as the mount above the instruments, but installation is much easier.

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$50.90
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Touratech Mount Adapter for the BMW R1100 RS and R1150 RS

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This mounting adapter positions additional navigational instruments in the OPTIMAL location for viewing, yet allows the best visibility of existing instruments and access to the keyswitch. Holes must be drilled into the R 1200 RT fairing to install, but this can be done easily with the supplied templates. The black steel tubing is 12mm diameter which fits well with almost all of our GPS and instrument mounts.

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This Touratech mount adapter bar is designed for the unused mirror hole in the switchgear housing on the K1200LT, K1200GT, R1100RT and R1150RT.

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This Touratech Mount Adapter is designed for the BMW R1100 S with a high bar.

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$10.00
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Use with "GRAB11". Also fits with GRAB9

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Use this bracket to attach a Touratech GPS mount to the handlebars of the R1100RT, R1150RT and R1100R models with non-tubular handlebars. This adapter attaches to the threaded holes on the underside of the BMW yoke. Hole-to-hole center distance is 103.5mm (4.075"). Diameter of the bar if approx. 1/2".

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$46.40
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This bracket adapter is clamped directly to the fork top casting. Key access is below the GPS.

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