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post #11 of 23 Old 12-13-13, 16:29 Thread Starter
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awesome, thanks!
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If you are on a 2013 daytona, there is no need to buy the Rizoma mount. I made that mistake.

The stock mounting looks and fits much better and save 50 bux.
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I'm on a 2012 st3. Hmm if I don't need to buy that then I can save a pretty penny. I was kind of deciding against the Rizoma one for that added expense of around $45 for the mounting hardware.
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Mounted up this Rizoma reservoir (thanks JD):





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Mounted up this Rizoma reservoir (thanks JD):






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Hey, it's not just a trailer queen - got almost 38,000 miles on her!
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HOLY YELLOW CELICA!

Yeah man we seriously need to do something about that mount set-up you have going on..

Most of you people are not capable of being your GD self, to damn worried about being politically correct.
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HOLY YELLOW CELICA!

Yeah man we seriously need to do something about that mount set-up you have going on..
That's the OEM Street Triple R bracket. Perhaps it looks weird to you because the OEM mirror is gone? It's the same back bracket on the clutch side as well.

JD - Just for the heck of it, I took a look on Kurygirl's website and they sell the exact same green tube clamps I had on it the first go-round.
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@Neanderthal , where'd you get that pan head allen bolt? Did it come already black like that?

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which ones are you going to go with...doing the front and rear brake reservoir as well? i wish to do this too.
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