Same set up for me. I added a fuse in the power line (1 amp) to protect the GPS. Nice part is that you can turn on the GPS when you start to get ready to leave, giving it time to acquire the sats before I get on and start the bike. Simple install without waiting for anything.darmes said:It's fairly simple to wire the 2610. I disassembled the 2610 power/speaker cord, wired the power directly to the battery, because I wanted the GPS to stay on when I turned the key off. For the audio, I wired a small audio jack from Radio Shack and plugged in the GPS connection on my Kennedy CellSet.
It's just two wires for the power and two wires for the audio.
I have been very happy with my VP mount for my GPS V... and plan on getting another for my new (used) SPIII when I get home.fchampneys said:I saw a bracket that mounts over the top of the dashbaord and is developed and distributed by V&P's Accessories at http://vpaccessories.com/1800.htm It looks pretty slick and places the GPS directly in front of the operator instead of to one side like the handlebar mounts do. I'd be interested in any input from anyone who has considered or used either of these mounts or anything like them. :rw1: