So a few weeks ago the suction cup that holds the iFly 740 gave way and the unit fell to the floor and cracked in flight. Fortunately it was only the touch layer that was broken and not the screen itself (the cheaper option)
But that got me thinking I've got to ditch these suction cup mounts cause they always give way at the worst times. While the unit was shipped back to iFly for repair I decided to set about and see about building a mount into the blank plate where the ADF had been at one time.
After some suggestions from facebook I decided to go in and attach a RAM mount 1'' ball mount and arm to the plate. I was able to get it all screwed down really tight so it won't "wobble" and the GPS finally arrived back on Friday.
I went down to the plane today and decided to install it before the storms rolled in. One of the guys from facebook suggested wire loom to help tuck in the lose power cables and clean up the wires that goto the ADSB-in antenna.
I couldn't be more pleased with the results and how it turned out overall. The new iFLY update provides synthetic vision as well a host of bug fixes and I can't wait to try it out in flight.