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So Simple!

Pickup the Mount from www.motodracing.com

1. Install over your Center Bolt by removing the black plastic cap.
2. Screw the threaded rod into the base, you then lower through the opening in the center bolt down the triple tree.
3. Tighten the locking nut where it comes out at the bottom.
4. Affix the optional GoPro or iPhone attachment to the device and then slide over any of the center holes in the mount plate, tighten 1/4-20 thumbscrew through plate into device attachment.
5. Safety Tether your Device.

Total install time 5 minutes.

The mount tilts forward/back for optimal position while riding and to allow for viewing of GPS and to take videos.


 

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The Honda CBR MOTO-D Camera Mount is the easiest way to install an iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy, and GoPro on a Sportbike!

It mounts over the Center Bolt nut using a long threaded rod which tightens under the triple tree - very secure.

For more info visit www.motodracing.com



 

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I use the Moto-D at the track for front-facing angles through the screen, as well as a 3M mount on the tail so I can check my body position. Both work great.
 

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For extra insurance, be sure to tether your camera to the Moto-D mount, or the two hooks under the rear seat for a rear 3M mount.
 

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Has anyone tried this with a GoPro Hero4 Black looking through a tinted windscreen - say - Zero Gravity Double Bubble?
 

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That's the video here we did at the track, the MOTO-D GoPro Mount for Sportbike works like a champ! www.motodracing.com



If that video was shot through a windscreen (and its a cool video) it had to of either been lightly smoked in color or not at all (meaning clear). At least to my untrained eye. I'd like to use this style mount but not at the cost of my ZG dark smoked double bubble.

Appreciate the quick reply MOTO-D
 

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I use two double bubbles, red for the street, clear for the track. I use the Moto-D mount for front facing angles and various other mounts, such as a 3M mount on the tail, and Ram mounts on the pegs. I definitely don't get good images through the red screen, I would assume it's worse with a black screen.
 

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I figured as much. I have so many attachments for my GoPro I just need to keep trying different positions. My favorite to date is on the lower left fairing underneath the turn signal (TST Halo Flush mount for me personally). It is fun to watch the wheels and being lower to the road provides what I think is a cool perspective.

Although I am just avoiding the obligatory helmet cam, something I am not keen on doing but it looks like it is probably the best option.

Thanks George.
 

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I figured as much. I have so many attachments for my GoPro I just need to keep trying different positions. My favorite to date is on the lower left fairing underneath the turn signal (TST Halo Flush mount for me personally). It is fun to watch the wheels and being lower to the road provides what I think is a cool perspective.

Although I am just avoiding the obligatory helmet cam, something I am not keen on doing but it looks like it is probably the best option.

Thanks George.
No problem!

I made my own mounting point:
http://www.600rr.net/vb/103-03-06-rr/537162-diy-gopro-mirror-mount.html
 
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