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    07 Candy Red Honda VFR800 Interceptor
    08 Titanium Level II Honda GL1800 Goldwing

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    IMG 1070

    Simply beautiful and timeless!
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    On the road

    Photos taken, while on the road or taking a trip
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    VFR800 04

    WOW - A timeless beauty!
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    My Garage

    Bikes and other vehicle in my garage.
  5. Screen is a Zero Gravity Double Bubble Other added accessories: Competition Werkes Fender Eliminator, R&G Racing Crash Protectors, Honda ST1300 Center Tank Pads, Honda ST1300 Side Tank Pads, RAM GPS Mount and power hookup, TomTom GPS Unit, Sargent World Sport Performance Seat, Five Star Top Rack, Two Givi Top Cases (large and medium sized), GenMar Risers, Grip Puppies, Kaoko Cruise Control, Pazzo Type Racing Levers, Battery Tender and installed hookup.
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    Modifications and add-ons I've made on my 07 VFR.
  7. Great write up Bone...I installed mine the same way last year and love them!
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    Her first photo

    Love that color!
  9. I bought mine from gpscity.com: Click Here Link will take you to the ram mount and neck that will perfectly mounts to the two front bolts on the gas tank. The neck is metal and built to last. I bought it and then bought the right cradle for the gps unit I had (which was a TomTom). Installs easily, looks great and I can the GPS unit or the whole thing it off in 3-seconds...so it won't get stolen. My total cost was $38.14. I did buy a couple of tank bolts that were just a quarter-inch longer, just to be sure they had a enough grip (local hardware store). I haven't added a power supply yet, but plan too. Here is a photo of the mount and cradle and yes, you can see the cockpit just fine:
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