The zumo 660 mounted and ready to how me the way.
I have always loved maps, the feeling of the paper, the history that the tattered paper held within its folds and creases. However, after thousands of miles riding with a Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) unit my opinion of the e-box has changed. Harley recently released an updated version, the Road Tech zumo 660, of its Garmin manufactured multifunctional GPS unit.
The handlebar-mount takes the place of the inner clutch perch bracket.
Although the unit's primary function is navigation it's capable of so much more. In addition to all the mapping and destination features, the zumo can be used as an MP3 player. A removable memory card can be loaded with all your favorite music and plugged into the stereo. While on the road the zumo displays dozens of useful riding parameters, from compass direction, speed, fuel gauge, trip logs, real time traffic updates with the XM add-on, and more. Find any H-D dealer, gas, restaurant, destination, etc. It is Bluetooth capable, meaning you can link up phones, headsets, or anything else that uses Bluetooth technology.
The zumo 660 kit (92115-09, $749.95) comes with the GPS unit, MapSource City Navigator North America DVD, automotive mount kit, motorcycle cradle with integrated power cable, dust cover, carrying case, USB cable, AC power supply/charger, manual, and a quick reference guide. An optional handlebar mount kit (92378-09, $79.95) was also needed. See your local H-D dealer or log onto harley-davidson.com for more information.
Two supplied bolts were used to secure the mount.
The zumo cradle was bolted to the mounting bracket.
To properly route the wiring cable to the fuse box we removed the gastank and ran the
We isolated the fusebox located behind the left side-cover.
We had to splice the zumo power wire into an unused accessory port in the fuse box.
We spliced a ground wire into the zumo harness, protected the soldered joint with shr
While not in use it's recommended to use the supplied dust cover to protect the elect