this fairing needs to be redesigned to tilt the radio down some OR place a different filter in it to get a larger field of view :crying:
The the radio assembly is to long to allow tilting the screen to a flatter angle.
However, the screen simply unplugs from the radio, so a new harness could be used to relocate the screen and still plug to the radio.
However, this "new harness" would likely need to be a flexible printed circuit board so impedance and shielding could be tightly control. Otherwise this video interface probably wouldn't work at all.
Once the screen is connected via a flexible pcb, plenty of room exist between the radio and fairing to design a mounting enclosure that protrudes outside the fairing and holds the screen. In fact this new enclosure could have a folding door on it that when up would serve as a glare shield and when closed would block all sun and water.
So get busy designing that pcb and enclosure. Then send me a few free ones for giving you the idea.
However, the best thing to do is trash the whole HD system and design a new system with a daylight readable marine display.
Sounds like a nice little project after I retire. For now I may resort to duct tape or a hammer.