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    Warlord - Have to admit bloody jealous. Not tech person but really liked it. Wish my drift set up could do this. I like the Telem on screen.

    Minor niggle for me would alt graph on mid left. Would want that rather than alt figure and distance numbers down below.

    Great set up! If SWMBO will let me have the cash may be PM for further advice and copying it. Well done

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat Biker 66 View Post


    Warlord - Have to admit bloody jealous. Not tech person but really liked it. Wish my drift set up could do this. I like the Telem on screen.

    Minor niggle for me would alt graph on mid left. Would want that rather than alt figure and distance numbers down below.

    Great set up! If SWMBO will let me have the cash may be PM for further advice and copying it. Well done
    Like this??
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    Oh my god, can you see any corrosion yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat Biker 66 View Post
    Ok, it took 30 seconds to change that.

    Took 9 minutes or so to render and upload it to YouTube.

    Take a look, see what you think?


    Oh my god, can you see any corrosion yet?

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    Verb arrives today......brace ya self for a thousand questions.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Bailey View Post
    Verb arrives today......brace ya self for a thousand questions.....
    Have a play with it first, it's very self explanatory.

    Get the Virb Edit Software on your Laptop or PC and have a good play around with the Gauges.

    If you want bike specific Telemetry data get an OBD2 ELM327 Bluetooth connector (the one I used cost £11 off Amazon)

    Oh my god, can you see any corrosion yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Bailey View Post
    .. and then fire the 10 or so questions left at me

    Oh my god, can you see any corrosion yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat Biker 66 View Post
    Great set up! If SWMBO will let me have the cash may be PM for further advice and copying it. Well done
    Get a cheap second hand Garmin Virb X or Virb XE off eBay. £160? or less?

    Get a cheap memory MicroSD Card. £30

    Garmin Virb Edit Software is free.

    OBD2 ELM327 Bluetooth sensor is £11 for OBD2 enabled BMW Bikes. (not sure what you would need for older bikes)

    £200 your doing everything I'm doing.

    Oh my god, can you see any corrosion yet?

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    I really like it, actually I like it that much I have a Verb XE on the way. Now all I got to do is sell my Navigator V, get a Navigator VI, get a Verb X, Get the OBD2 ELM327 Bluetooth Sensor, brackets as required and set t all up. Unfortunately it will be one step at a time but the project is underway.

    Now look what you done!

    Regards B

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogey View Post
    I really like it, actually I like it that much I have a Verb XE on the way. Now all I got to do is sell my Navigator V, get a Navigator VI, get a Verb X, Get the OBD2 ELM327 Bluetooth Sensor, brackets as required and set t all up. Unfortunately it will be one step at a time but the project is underway.

    Now look what you done!

    Regards B
    You sure the Nav V doesn't connect? I thought it did with the Virb X and Virb XE

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    Got the camera delivered today....feels like a good bit of kit. Is the connection for the charging wire waterproof as I assume that is where the hard wire will be attached..??
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    Anyone found the proper manual for the VIRB XE ? If so would you be so kind as to putting up a link.

    Thanks
    Edited because I cannot type

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    It looks great, with very clear and stable footage giving the appearance to be very professional. Would like to do something like that, but as I only have a 2012 bike not an option at this time.

    My only feedback would can you get the gear position to show?
    And throttle appears to be permanently at 11%??

    But keep up the testing
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    I'm not into cameras on bikes... but I am into the bloody clever stuff that peeps on this site get up to
    Sell my bike?
    I would rather stick wasps up my arse !

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    I bought a Garmin Rugged cable which is waterproof.

    I'm not sure if the USB charging cable is waterproof, you'll need to check thst one.

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