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    Navigator connection S1000R

    I have brought a new Navigator 6 to go onto my new bike, S1000R I understand the connector power plug is under the fairing panel on the left hand side, but is there also a plug for the computer side of what's available in the NAV.

    I guess there is but also is it a plug and play set up or will it need to be activated by a dealer.

    If anyone has pictures of the plugs and installation can you post them up. If not I will when I do mine

    Terry

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    I have a 2015 S1000R and a Nav 6 with the BMW mount but the S1000R does not have the GPS integration

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredaroony View Post
    I have a 2015 S1000R and a Nav 6 with the BMW mount but the S1000R does not have the GPS integration
    Thanks for that, I am thinking/ hoping the new model does have the GPS integration. Has anyone fitted the nav to a new model yet and can confirm this

    Terry

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    Yes it does. Hook up is a piece of cake also. Can't send pictures etc as we are cooking ourselves in the south of France at present and the S1000R is tucked up in the garage. From memory there is a socket to the left of the rad top tucked in a frame joint. Viewed from the left of the bike it's just behind the plastic fairing panel.
    Obviously best connection is via the proprietary bmw aftermarket plug.
    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by vincentrapide View Post
    Yes it does. Hook up is a piece of cake also. Can't send pictures etc as we are cooking ourselves in the south of France at present and the S1000R is tucked up in the garage. From memory there is a socket to the left of the rad top tucked in a frame joint. Viewed from the left of the bike it's just behind the plastic fairing panel.
    Obviously best connection is via the proprietary bmw aftermarket plug.
    Cheers
    See https://www.s1000r.co.uk/index.php/topic,5988.0.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by vincentrapide View Post
    Great thanks, still got two weeks before I collect it, can't wait.

    Terry

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