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13 hours ago, Saifan Pilot said:

MyGoFlight products are far superior to RAM. 

 

https://mgfproducts.com/

I agree with Saifan.

 

My RAM suction cup is good for the car windshield but the MGF suction cup is better for the helicopter. (S-76).

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On 1/28/2020 at 3:12 PM, hybrid said:

What is everyone using to mount iPad mini’s in the machines to run ForeFlight?

The same crap we used to mount garmin gps to?  Weights are similar.  

Or, you could go with a $4500 engineered solution.

Or, duct tape it right on the panel maybe, better yet, velcro.   

NVM, here's the solution:

 

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Thanks for the serious suggestions. I am going to try the RAM single suction cup, also a claw as that might work better. It's been a while, but I am sure I used a company single suction cup and it worked fine for an iPad mini. I figure if the single suction doesn't work I can just get the double suction as an add on. The MGF seem very expensive and doesn't seem to allow modifications very easily. I could also use the RAM for a GoPro, iPhone and iPad on my motorbike with accessories that are easy to order. Thanks again.

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I am just waiting to read an accident report of a iPad suction mount falling off above the centre console of a 212 and hitting the gov or fuel switches in flight.....

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