Just wondered if you had made any more tweaks, or are happy with the solution in the last vid. It's a brilliant idea - thanks!
I was happy with the modification I did to the bike, after the followup video no further changes were made.
I proved to myself that the non-locking sat nav on the RT could be remedied without too much drama.
In theory it would be relatively easy to replicate, but it wouldn't be a cost effective solution for me to sell to people.
I did think about it (I build things for a living) but it isn't practical as people would either have to send me their bike components for me to modify or ride their bikes to me.
Anyone who can disassemble the GPS Cowl probably doesn't need my help- it is literally one hole and a small slice of the front mount- the hard part was working out where to make the hole and then shaping it to fit the cam lock.
If I was supplying the entire plastic cowl with a lock in it then just the parts from BMW are about £300- I can't see anyone paying circa £400 for this solution so I just put up the videos to help anyone thinking of having a go themselves before I sold the bike.
I'm on a GSA now though- probably best that I don't go into why here. :silence:
If you are thinking of giving it a go yourself I can make some suggestions about how to approach it- feel free to ask me here or PM me.
There were a couple of decisions that you need to make when doing it that if you get wrong will render an expensive plastic part (or two) useless.
In particular the placement of the cam lock is quite crucial- too far forward and you won't be able to secure the cam lock and too far back and it won't reach the sat nav mount to stop the eject button from working.