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Quad lock with the vibration damping mount. You have to get the Quadlock case as well as the motorcycle mount AND the vibration damping mount. If you use the mount without the vibration damper it can damage the video camera on your iPhone.
 

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Quad lock with the vibration damping mount. You have to get the Quadlock case as well as the motorcycle mount AND the vibration damping mount. If you use the mount without the vibration damper it can damage the video camera on your iPhone.
Thanks mate thats exactly the one Ive seen youtubers using.
Got a gsxr 600 from 2003 btw (i see u got one from 2004), what a beast, done nearly 600 miles in 3 days after mot, i cant stop riding it and going 12k rpm, addicted to the bone. Im only happy when she starts screaming.
 

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I can relate….I had an ‘89 ZX-7 when I lived in the UK back in the 90s. I don’t think we (my buddy rode an ‘85 GSXR 750) rode anywhere under 12K. Back then there were few speed cameras so it was WFO every where we went.
 

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A scan of my old ZX-7 behind the base gym at RAF Croughton back in ‘94….you know, before digital cameras….or smart phones w/cameras
 
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