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One of the beauties of of the RAM mount system is that it gives motorcyclists a means to securely attach devices using any number of common features on the frame and near the cockpit without needing to permanently alter their bike. Because of the versatility of the components, we have seen lots of creative, outside-the-box applications for RAM parts. If you are contemplating such a project, or would be willing to drill some holes on a flat surface, you could also use an AMPS pattern base as a sturdy mount.

If you haven't yet decided how you're going to mount the device you have in mind, bring it out to your bike and spend some time holding it in different positions. Will it interfere with your ability to see certain instruments or turn your bars lock to lock? Will it benefit from a little protection from your fairing or will it need to be mounted beyond any such interference? Of course, devices that require a lot of button pushing on the fly are often better located on the left-hand side of your cockpit.

Some of the most popular mounts attach to the handlebars in some fashion, which allow plenty of ways to position and adjust your device to suit. Using the bolts on your handlebar clamps will also give you a nice minimalist mount point, as will the brackets below your mirror stems. In addition, there are several mounts which utilize the brake fluid reservoir, as well as the screws that typically secure the clutch/brake perch on many motorcycles.

After that, you're only limited by your imagination!

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