Found the post about the GoPro on the nose cone. Take a look at this and see if it suits your needs. Bob G (all credits to Dan Finazzo).
Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: Cincinnati, OH, USA
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Re: GoPro HD 2
Mounting the camera on the bike:
1. with a minimum of parts and extensions will give you the best results
2. in the most stable place on the bike will give you the best results
I tried the suction cups all over and the 3M sticky mounts all over and the most stable
are the sticky mounts just above the headlight. Now this is not the most photo unique
angle to shoot from but you get a great view and a steady shot.
Please note in the pics below that placing the white insert in the fitting is essential as it helps dampen out vibrations between the piece mounted the bike and the one that camera is attached to.
The camera setup also uses the wireless sender and receiver thus I can take snap shots
and movies anytime I care to . . .
Note I totally trust and have ridden over 3000 miles with this mounting - no problem. 3M is
even using the adhesive systems to mount truck bodies to frames in lieu of welding. Mind
you a different application but you are not going to tear off the mounting bracket without
significant effort if applied properly. http://solutions.3m.com/wps/portal/...-Tapes/vhb-tape
"Experience is what you get when you didn't get what you wanted to get"
2002 K1200LT - Gone to a New Home