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Re: Quad lock utilizing the sat nav mount.
Reply #20 on: 02 Feb 21, 04:42:54
One suggestion is one of these: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01FSVNDTK/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_2DE3D740652RACQTBF2G

Hex fork stem mount for the Kwak. I've been using this with an Ultimateaddons mount and case but just switched to Quadlock with wireless charging.
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Re: Quad lock utilizing the sat nav mount.
Reply #21 on: 03 Feb 21, 12:10:51
Just get a Telferizer mount.
Fitted to (and swapped from) my 2016 and 2020SX.

https://www.z1000sx.co.uk/index.php/topic,12078.msg136145.html#msg136145

http://www.telferizer.com/
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Re: Quad lock utilizing the sat nav mount.
Reply #22 on: 19 Feb 21, 05:53:04
*Originally Posted by Stonehouse666 [+]


Remove the bracket and stick on the Quad Lock yolk mount

I am a French owner of a Z1000SX and I was looking for a way to mount the quadlock bracket. Your message helped me a lot.

Thanks a lot from Paris <3

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Re: Quad lock utilizing the sat nav mount.
Reply #23 on: 29 Mar 21, 05:41:37
I'm having a bit of trouble with my quad-lock rotating on my 2020 model, so may end up going down one of the other routes. Thanks for sharing those, folks!

Nick

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Re: Quad lock utilizing the sat nav mount.
Reply #24 on: 30 Mar 21, 08:51:42
When I changed to the SX from my Speed Triple I found my Quad Lock handle bar half round bracket matched a couple of holes in the sat nav mount. A couple of nuts later and the Quad Lock mount was secure. Admittedly the bracket sits at 45 degrees across the mount, but you can’t really see that once the phones in place.

Initially I thought this would be a temporary solution, but now I see no reason to spend even more money....

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Re: Quad lock utilizing the sat nav mount.
Reply #25 on: 29 Apr 21, 02:13:19
I am struggling with the same issue.

@andyR, could you please share a picture of your setup?

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Re: Quad lock utilizing the sat nav mount.
Reply #26 on: 01 May 21, 08:21:14
@wmopp, how’s this....

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Re: Quad lock utilizing the sat nav mount.
Reply #27 on: 02 May 21, 12:05:12
thanks.

I don't have the bracket for the handle bar, yet.

I will try my luck with a modified screw and the standard fork stem mount.
If this doesn't work I will try your solution or something similar. I wonder if it would be feasible to mount the quad lock directly to the nav bracket, but without the "gear" pattern on the bracket, it might not stay in place.

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Re: Quad lock utilizing the sat nav mount.
Reply #28 on: 02 May 21, 04:57:36
*Originally Posted by wmopp [+]
thanks.

I don't have the bracket for the handle bar, yet.

I will try my luck with a modified screw and the standard fork stem mount.
If this doesn't work I will try your solution or something similar. I wonder if it would be feasible to mount the quad lock directly to the nav bracket, but without the "gear" pattern on the bracket, it might not stay in place.

You could try fixing the mount directly to nav bracket, but I don’t think it will work. I seem to remember looking at various options and this was the best I could come up with, with the bits and pieces I had. Evotech do a really nice solution for the Quad Lock, which I did consider, but couldn’t justify the extra £70.

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Re: Quad lock utilizing the sat nav mount.
Reply #29 on: 03 May 21, 12:39:22
same here, 70pounds is a steep price (+ shipping to Germany and probably taxes)