The mounting is on the left crash bar, as you can see in the video the wind deflector on the fork does block maybe 15% of the image. I couldn't find any other spot to mount it without drilling holes in the fairing and that ain't gonna happen. The power source is the power point on the left side of the fairing and I just wire tied the power cord down to the crash bar and handlebar to keep it from flapping around.
As far as removing it, I don't but it takes just a few seconds to pull it off if I want to (it's a ball mount). Where I live in Wyoming and where I'm hiding down here is pretty mellow as far as street crime so I don't sweat somebody walking off with too much. Besides, the thing blends into the bike so much it's kinda hard to spot. I've had numerous folks walk around the bike and to my knowledge nobody has even noticed it. If it was mounted to the other crash bar it would probably be more noticeable.
The bikes in the garage...
The GS Beemer belongs to a friend who followed me down here. The HD belongs to a neighbor who watches the house when I'm away.
The chopper on the other hand belongs to me. It's the stroker motor out of my old Electra-Glide that I retired in 2006. Rigid frame, 460 pounds and 115hp out of an 89 cubic inch stroker, you don't need big inches to make big horsepower.
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Ambition is a poor excuse for not having enough sense to be lazy.
2017 Cross Country
Stage 1 & Tri-Ovals