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post #6511 of 6564 Old 01-05-17, 14:37
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This week was the Remus Hypercone Slip-on Exhaust, Flyscreen, and Belly pan :)
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Added some tech spec tank pads. Expensive but needed.
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Got my bike back a couple weeks ago, finally legal here in Japan. Put a Japanese spec stock exhaust on my bike to avoid issues with the emissions/sound testing; but that thing is removed and now back to stock.

Installed some JW Speaker Adaptive LED headlights from Motodemic. Upset me that the wires for the highs and lows were swapped around so they didn't work like they were supposed to. I swapped the wires around and now they work as advertised. Easy fix, but for the cost, there shouldn't have been any flaws.

Also, put on new grips and a RAM mount for my phone. Gotta install my TechSpecs when I get the chance. Was going to put Stomps, but picked up a set of clear TechSpecs to give them a shot.

Lastly, took her out for a ride.
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Also, put on new grips and a RAM mount for my phone.
Can you please share where you fixed the RAM mount and a link to the product if possible? Also, is the mount sturdy during rides? I am trying to get one for my bike, but confused which is the best location to mount it.
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What did you do to your Street Triple today?

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Got my bike back a couple weeks ago, finally legal here in Japan. Put a Japanese spec stock exhaust on my bike to avoid issues with the emissions/sound testing; but that thing is removed and now back to stock.



Installed some JW Speaker Adaptive LED headlights from Motodemic. Upset me that the wires for the highs and lows were swapped around so they didn't work like they were supposed to. I swapped the wires around and now they work as advertised. Easy fix, but for the cost, there shouldn't have been any flaws.



Also, put on new grips and a RAM mount for my phone. Gotta install my TechSpecs when I get the chance. Was going to put Stomps, but picked up a set of clear TechSpecs to give them a shot.



Lastly, took her out for a ride.

How do the headlights perform? The adaptive lighting looks interesting. That price tag though.........



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Can you please share where you fixed the RAM mount and a link to the product if possible? Also, is the mount sturdy during rides? I am trying to get one for my bike, but confused which is the best location to mount it.
There's a number of base options, but what you see pictured is the Tough Claw. I also have the Fork Stem Base that I used on previous bikes (including my Daytona), but the bar has to be removed in order to install it on the ST3 with the OEM bar setup. Hence why I'm not currently using it on my ST3.

The Tough Claw is solid and is sturdy during rides. I bought it cause it was off the shelf, readily available, and easy to install/remove. After seeing some of the other base options, I've been considering the Handlebar Clamp Base or the Mirror Adapter Base for something smaller and more permanent.

For now the Tough Claw does the job, but I might even take my bar off to use the stem base and keep it there long term. As for my phone, I'm using the X-Grip. Hope that helps.


Edit: Attached is a pic of the stem mount on my Daytona.


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How do the headlights perform? The adaptive lighting looks interesting. That price tag though.........

Sorry, no night rides yet to report. Maybe in a few months. Will be out of country in a month and when I come back it should be a bit warmer but might be the rainy season too. The lights do cost a pretty penny so I hope they deliver as seen on the YT videos.
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Thanks for sharing the details on the RAM mount...will go ahead and pick one. Tough Claw it is, for now.
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Thanks for sharing the details on the RAM mount...will go ahead and pick one. Tough Claw it is, for now.

No problem.

I saw this after buying the X-Grip and looks more solid when holding a phone:

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added a stebel magnum horn. massive difference.
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just got it from dealer.


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