its still at the shop. i'll try to discribe it...i used a piece on .027 aluminum ( use whatever you have) close to the width as your gps.allow enough lingth to support the gps and still have enough to use a good size hook and loop industrial type velcro .simply let it roll (bend) to fit the contour of the bike, make a bend up for the gps to fasten to, probably will have to either drill a hole or cut a square out for the plug. the hook and loop seems to work best if the part that stays on the bike is the... well... not fuzzy side, so it wont hold a bunch of junk when not in use, also try not to cover the seam between the speedo and the back, (someone will need to have that apart at some point) use hook and loop to attach the gps, while sitting on the bike adjust the angle (adjust is a fancy word for bend) at the fold, when i get my bike back i will post a pic, but really it's easy to make, I used .027 aluminum because that is what i had, if your up to a challenge try lexan and use a heat gun to make the bends. ya i know i dont know the proper names of the parts of the bike but since you have one too you probably know what i mean. i really had to try not to say dodad, gizmo,whatchmajigger.