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    has anyone mounted a camera to their dct tour, or any other 2018 gw?
    any info on it would be helpful to help me decide which way i wanna go
    thanks!
    Steve

  • #2
    I mounted one on the left handle bar using a ram mount for brake/clutch reservoirs, I just mounted it to the back of the cb controls.
    Threebird
    Vancouver (Not BC)
    Washington (Not DC)

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    • Denman46
      Denman46 commented
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      That’s kinda cool. Thanks.

    • Tom Westendorf
      Tom Westendorf commented
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      Do you know the part numbers for the parts you used. I have a CB installed. Thanks.

  • #3
    Threebird very good idea, another mounting option I never thought of, Thanks!

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    • #4
      Mount from Goldstrike:

      https://www.ciro3d.com/goldstrike-pr...s/camera-mount
      • 2018 Goldwing Tour DCT
      • 1970 Honda CT70 (3sp man auto-clutch - my first "DCT")
      • 2001 Suzuki GSF1200 Bandit
      • Goldwing rider since 1982

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      • #5
        Hung from my left-side aux light bracket (this is the right side...)



        Now, one thing I've noticed...if your phone is doing other things (streaming music, tracking app, mapping app, etc.), the GoPro app isn't that great.

        So, ya just turn it on, and have to edit after the ride is over.

        A short video with the camera in this position (which would be very similar to that Goldstrike mount...)

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        • #6
          great ideas, thanks for the inputs....anyone with the 2018 tour dct? thanks!!!

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          • #7
            Mine is on the 2018 DCT Tour. The parts are:
            Brake / Clutch Reservoir Ball Base Ram-B-309-1U
            Long Ball Socket Ram-B-201U-C
            Action Cam Ball Adapter Rap-B-202U-Gop1
            Threebird
            Vancouver (Not BC)
            Washington (Not DC)

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            • #8
              I have the Gopro Hero 7 Black! Just amazing . . . I have mine mounted using Yoda’s custom windshield mount! It looks & works awesome!

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              • #9
                I've got a Go-Pro hero. Not mounted on the bike. Guess I will look around, give it a try. Never mounted a camera to a bike.
                2013 Red Airbag 1800

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                • #10
                  Threebird...thanks for that option and parts...Goldwinger...can you send a pic of your windshield mount please

                  thanks everyone!!!

                  Steve

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                  • #11
                    I have an Innovv C5 that I had mounted on my '13 F6B...I'm still looking for a place to mount it on my '18 Goldwing standard. Have to mount the camera up front then run the wiring to the DVR.1080p full HD video.

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                    • #12
                      I just purchased and received the Innovv K2. I am thinking of mounting the front camera under the nose left side of center so not to smash into the fender. as for the rear, still undecided on that. probably try to mount dead center on bottom panel under the trunk. I'm also looking at mounting the DVR above the right rear speaker in the trunk.

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                      • #13
                        i just bought a used Gopro Session4 from ebay.....here is how i have mounted it....it looks a bit crude, but it works perfect for me...the battery only lasts about 2 hours, so i have routed a usb cord from the camera to the connector in the shelter box. still working on a way to permanently hide the wiring..have purchased a "Y" connector so i can have my camera and phone connected at the same time...now if i can just get and keep my windscreen clean!!!

                        the mount pic does not show the bottom plastic...the 2 screws are pinching the mounting plastic pieces...there is one just like it under the vent

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                        • #14
                          Have a Garmin Elite mounted on the front right side, just below the windshield inboard of the right mirror. Sticks just fine.. Move it between my 2 bikes at will

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                          • #15
                            K2 installed, dvr in the trunk..

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                            • HondaNutRider
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                              Sent you a PM with a couple of questions.

                          • #16
                            Nice setup lash...very elaborate! how did you run the wiring from the front fender to the rear trunk to the power source?

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                            • #17
                              Originally posted by scratchee35 View Post
                              Nice setup lash...very elaborate! how did you run the wiring from the front fender to the rear trunk to the power source?
                              When I replaced the air filter I ran the cable from the front along the frame to the rear and up through a hole I drilled in the bottom right side of the trunk. The PVR is powered straight from the battery and is energized through a relay that is wired to the accessory terminals on the fuse box. This allows for the startup/shutdown time delay of the K2. Works great...

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