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Old 07-22-2009, 12:51 PM   #1
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Laptimer Mounts..

Anyone know of a good source (link/shop/place/individual) where I can get a laptimer mount from?

I'd prefer something that attaches to the forks rather then the clip on, but open to any ideas..

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Anyone know of a good source (link/shop/place/individual) where I can get a laptimer mount from?

I'd prefer something that attaches to the forks rather then the clip on, but open to any ideas..

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I've got one brand new for the xt laptimers that I'll sell to you for $20.00. It attaches to the forks but it didn't work on my bike with where my forks were in the upper triple.

It's for 2006 CBR 1000 fork tube diameter. If that will work for you let me know and I'll dig it out of my toolbox for you.
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I've got one brand new for the xt laptimers that I'll sell to you for $20.00. It attaches to the forks but it didn't work on my bike with where my forks were in the upper triple.

It's for 2006 CBR 1000 fork tube diameter. If that will work for you let me know and I'll dig it out of my toolbox for you.
You got a link or some info on it to which I can referene for my bike (2008-09 R6)
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you can get a techmount. Mounts right where the stem is. I used it for laptimers on my bike and loved it.
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Old 07-22-2009, 01:44 PM   #7
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what brand/model timer you runnin?
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what brand/model timer you runnin?
XT LapTimer.
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Might want to hit Bdubb up for his. Both your bike and his have 50mm forktubes (stock). XT's website says that their mount works on all XT models. Just my .02
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If you order from XT, it is $40 plus shipping.
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I'll try to find some info on the company or at least take photos for you.

I bought it from a website/company that is no longer around. I assume since XT started to come out with their own mounts. The site was www.laptimerholders.com

This is an archived link to the site.
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