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Sep 10, 2018

K2 install on Suzuki C50T 2015 with screen

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Ok so have the K2 installed mounting on the rear was fairly easy I used the number plate mount bolts and the supplied angle bracket then feed thru with the factory wiring harness around the guard cable could have been 150mm (6”) longer to reach my toolbox where I have placed the main unit. Front camera cable was way to long so zip ties to the rescue.

Side view of the front bracket

For ront placement was a bit of a challenge I have made a bracket from aluminium and a 6mm unbolt to secure to wind sheild bracket sprayed the aluminium with etch primer then gloss black. I just get a bit of the guard in the videos but I can live with that overall happy with the result. Going to add some nylock nuts on the unbolt so they don’t rattle lose.

Front side view

 

Sep 11, 2018

The bar mount looks firmly.

 

What diameter of the bar?

Sep 11, 2018

The bar support for the windshield in 12.5mm a 12mm unbolt fits neatly

Sep 11, 2018

@Brian Aston

The diameter of bar is smaller from the imagination getting from the picture

Sep 11, 2018

Share with you new designed bar mount.

 

Two new mounts joined together to be bar mount, the one mount can replace the current mount.

 

 

 

 

Sep 12, 2018

Will this fit handlebar sizes? Not sure it would suit me. This was what I made,picture previously in my original post

 

 

Sep 14, 2018

Nice design, that fits small bar prefect.

 

Thank you for sharing!

 

You are Auto CAD user? Me too.

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  • Had the K2 for 5 days now. Overall its pretty good. I have a few issues that I need to look into. 1 - The lens seems to black out in the bottom (say 4 and 8 O'Clock) A bit like the lens has Glaucoma... 2 - I start my bike, put helmet, gloves on, ride off, but recording doesn't start until I am a few miles away, has to be at least 5 minutes after setting off, and maybe 6 minutes after starting the bike. An I supposed to wais 6 minutes before setting off? 3 - I have to do something with how I transfer the files, WiFi just doesn't cut it. My bike (R1250GS Adventure) automatically powers off after X minutes, not sure exactly how many, to preserve the battery, the WiFi hasn't managed to transfer a 3 minute file before the bike powers off. I cant view from the bike, stream, as it doesn't stream, it just jitters from frame to frame. I have an iPhone XS Max if that makes any difference. So far I have not been able to download or view any recording, only when setting up on live view. On the plus side, it only took 30 minutes to set up on the bike, only having to remove the tank panel. Does anyone have any thoughts on my three issues?
  • After the firmware v61 update, I noticed the blue light on the power transformer never goes off - no matter how long the bike is off. Is this normal? What could possibly be powering this other than my battery?
  • I'm at a slight disadvantage, as my bike is still in a container ship, travelling back to the US, but I'll see if I can make my point clearly enough. I've been told that if I connect to the K2, using WiFi, and the K2 App on my cell phone, that the time would be correctly set within the K2. I'm afraid that this is not correct, at least it's not correct under a few sets of circumstances. First of all, in certain parts of the world, you need to set your phone to override the current time, and set it manually. For instance, all of China uses a single timezone (Beijing time), but my iPhone got confused, and thought that there were multiple time zones, and so, I had to override the time setting. As a result, although I connected my iPhone to the K2WiFi, and then enabled the IOS app, and selected settings, I still ended up with a situation where the time on the K2 was at least 1 hour different from the time on my phone. Throughout my trip, I often tried to get the time of the K2 to be properly set, and I think that I achieved it only once. In all other cases, it was between 1 and 2 hours off. So, my question is, why don't you allow me to set the time, or select the time zone within the K2, rather than relying on using the Phone? As IOS versions on the phone change, it is likely that they'll handle time zones differently, perhaps forcing you to make odd choices in some cases, but if I was able to manually set the time zone in the K2, we eliminate any chance that the system will have the wrong time. The outcome, if you want to set the time, connect to the K2 over WiFi, set the time, and exit. It's just about perfect, and it addresses all of the possible irregularities that exist as we travel around the world. Thoughts?
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