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Old 10-30-2009, 12:25 PM   #21
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FAILURE! :( i put the camaro on and took the bike for a ride, the whole time it was filming it was vibration, plus everytime i let down on a wheelie the camera would shut off. or if i went too fast(maybe just my camera idk). i gues since the bolts are bolted from the gas tank directly to the frame it didnt have anything to absorb the vibrations. but i did build one for my daytona 600 that went on the gas cap and it worked very nicly.(but theyre already out on the market)
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Old 10-30-2009, 01:03 PM   #22
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You can also buy a similar mount for virtually any point on the bike, including the front of the tank (as shown) from RAM mounts.

I actually use the suction cup mount that came with my GoPRO and its yet to fall off or move (knock on wood), vibration is very minimal however downsides so far are poor audio, controls and of course having the WIDE version makes twisties look flat even when your scraping pegs :(
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Old 10-31-2009, 11:33 AM   #23
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FAILURE! :( i put the camaro on and took the bike for a ride, the whole time it was filming it was vibration, plus everytime i let down on a wheelie the camera would shut off. or if i went too fast(maybe just my camera idk). i gues since the bolts are bolted from the gas tank directly to the frame it didnt have anything to absorb the vibrations. but i did build one for my daytona 600 that went on the gas cap and it worked very nicly.(but theyre already out on the market)
i knda thought that might be the case due to the fact that you had two rubber mounts under where the base was... try and use your carrier brace to mount one , its a solid place and there are a few AM ones that you can buy, and that its usually where they mount up. i am working on a design for under the tail section that shows the view of the bike behind you, i will try and get it to gether and post up with it if it works...
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