Installed another G Bracket today and took a few pictures.
Pry apart the 2-piece plastic mirror housing cover. It's best to pry from the front as seen here because there are no wires in this area. Pry with a tool, just enough to get some separation, then carefully pull apart by hand.
You can see the metal mirror post now with the plastic removed.
In these pictures please notice the pocket on the side of the mirror post (It's the same on both sides, the post comes like this from Porsche and you do not need to drill on the mirror post), this is where the G Bracket Set Screws inserts and creates a very sturdy mount.
Here is the plastic housing before drilling. Please notice the little nubs, they are where you need to drill.
After holes have been drilled.
Take your bracket from your V1 and remove the suction cups.
Bolt the G Bracket to the V1 Bracket with supplied hardware.
Reinstall the drilled plastic housings.
If installing with a hardwire, place your wire in between the G Bracket and the plastic housing, there is space for this and the wire will not get pinched. Screw in the set screws through the holes of the plastic housing and into the pockets of the metal mirror post. Do not torque real hard, the set screws should bottom out into the pockets of the mirror post and sit pretty flush with the G Bracket.
Slide your V1 onto the V1 Bracket all the way towards the windshield and take the slack out of the hardwire cord.
Route the hardwire as seen and 2-small black zip ties tiddy the hardwire cord well as seen and are fairly descreet.
Here are a couple finished shots, the V1 sits just below the rearview mirror.
We realized going into this that this location would not be for everyone. We know there are people that prefer their radar detector elsewhere. We just set out to make a great solution for folks who would like their Radar Detector located below their rear view mirror, those folks seem to really appreciate that we have developed a quality, well designed product and brought it to market.