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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-22-2017, 08:07 AM Thread Starter
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My 09 with some farkles

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USB power for phone and cameras

Chain Oiler with valve and reservoir

Camera mounted on wind screen

Camera mounted on back case

Fender extender

Fighting Aliens to stop them from stealing my Versys
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On my 09 I drilled a hole through the windscreen and attached a ram ball mount to the windscreen bracket ( Very Secure ).......https://www.amazon.com/Mount-Motorcy...ram+ball+mount


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On the rear i just used a ram mount connected to the rear rack......https://www.amazon.com/Stainless-U-B...ram+ball+mount


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I'm not a Gynecologist. "But I'll Take A Look"

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Cool. What camera do you use?
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Cool. What camera do you use?

I use Drift cameras those in the photos are my old Drift Stealth 170's I've upgraded to the Drift Ghost when they came out...


Heres the best mounting spot i found for on the bike for no vibrations at all.......Used a ram strap mount. The 2 u-bolts and nuts are not needed......https://www.amazon.com/RAM-Coated-U-...am+strap+mount


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Oilers are ugly. I thought only ancient bikes used oilers, you know, before the advent of chain lube.
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Sorry you don't like my Oiler. For us experienced long distance adventure riders, this is truly a nice accessory. I ride and camp in all types or weather conditions and all types of roads. Some of the guys I ride with have similar units. I probably wouldn't have one on if I just rode street only. I used chain lube in the pass...but had problems with dirt sticking to the chain. I know there are other products out there that works great. I happy with my setup and it cleans my chain while I ride.
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weljo2001, your video looks pretty smooth, do the cameras have vibration reduction or something like that?
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weljo2001, your video looks pretty smooth, do the cameras have vibration reduction or something like that?


Nope, Mounted on the Fork Tube and Helmet offer smooth video. The camera mounted on the windscreen bracket and tail light assembly you would get a slight vibration.That video above is from 2011 using a Drift Stealth HD170. I've been using Drift Ghost for the last few years and they have a much better quality video. They since have come out with several newer cameras. The Drift 4K just came available here in the states.
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