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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-17-2018, 04:57 PM Thread Starter
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Ram mounts Dragster RR

Looking for a good mounting system for my iPhone. Canít find anything that works with Dragster. Has anyone done this before? If so, what parts did you use?
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I honestly think your best solution would be to get a gascap mount and mount your GPS/phone onto that with a rammount.

What I used for my F3 are TECHMOUNT TECH 4G GRIPPER & TECHMOUNT TECHMOUNT EURO MOUNT 50MM 4-70050X
https://www.ebay.nl/itm/Techmount-De...cAAOSwMtxXsb8n
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https://www.ebay.nl/itm/TECHMOUNT-TE...a15a0f2&_uhb=1

But looking at your handlebar and dashboard...that might not even work. Its so close together that it would probably block full steering.

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Bought two mounts, one for GoPro (Small ball) and another for a TomTom navigation system (Larger ball).
It was necessary to loosen the clutch lever and slide toward the centre.

The company in the UK is called RyderMount: https://ridermount.com/[/url]

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Hi Atom,

For my 2017 Dragster RC, I used RAM Ball mounts. Image attached / please see yellow arrows.

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But in that position will it not obscure the dash?

Also fitting a GoPro in that position you would be filming the speedo, which is not a wise move

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There is a ram mount for the handle bar. Mount between clutch side switch and grip. Requires a little shaving on side to clear, but works well.


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Hi Bruce, Fortunately, my device (a combination GPS / Dash Cam phablet [detailed in another thread]) does not obscure the instrument cluster thanks to the stalks / arms chosen... plus the upright seating position of the Dragster lets me see over the device. The same applies to the 2nd RAM ball mount for the GoPro... a stalk / arm is used to position the lens to not record the instrument cluster. If you'd like, I could take another image while seated to show the relative positions. Take care / ride smart! M Squared
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Have to say from the attached photo that surprises me. Can you view all of the instrument information?

Awkward to access the key?
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There is a ram mount for the handle bar. Mount between clutch side switch and grip. Requires a little shaving on side to clear, but works well.


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See photo, that is what I have, no shaving required, just move the clutch assembly nearer to the centre
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Hi Bruce, Fortunately, my device (a combination GPS / Dash Cam phablet [detailed in another thread]) does not obscure the instrument cluster thanks to the stalks / arms chosen... plus the upright seating position of the Dragster lets me see over the device. The same applies to the 2nd RAM ball mount for the GoPro... a stalk / arm is used to position the lens to not record the instrument cluster. If you'd like, I could take another image while seated to show the relative positions. Take care / ride smart! M Squared
Thanks everyone for the posts but this is the exact setup I want to use. M Squared would you please post part numbers? I'm having a hell of a time locating the correct parts.

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