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Old July 14th, 2015   #11
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Great ideas! I knew some of you guys must have come up with something. Bowtie, did you fashion that yourself? I just realized I have a RAM mount that I'm not using and I have the ball on the bar risers so I just need to find a cup holder and I'll be set!

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Old July 14th, 2015   #12
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I have a "Butler" cup holder. It mounts to the front brake lever (or clutch lever) bolts. It came with a 20 oz insulated mug, but the ring also fits a 44 oz convenience store cup or a 32 oz styrofoam cup. more stable than the RAM mount cup holder, and it holds a larger drink.

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Jeeze, are full face helmets not allowed on ST's ?
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Mount something like this.
This one is hosed up to the tank bag then to me.
Hose to me is attached to a Gear Keeper.

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That's tidy but doesn't it pull heat up around you? I mounted one similar and the airflow changes on the right side really pulled heat up to me. I ended up mounting it across the pillion seat crosswise. It was just for 6500 miles.
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That's tidy but doesn't it pull heat up around you? I mounted one similar and the airflow changes on the right side really pulled heat up to me. I ended up mounting it across the pillion seat crosswise. It was just for 6500 miles.

No heat at all.

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Jeeze, are full face helmets not allowed on ST's ?
My helmet is full face, that's why I need a tube arrangement. I'd ordered a flip up full face but it was really heavy. Besides, the flip ups don't carry all the safety certifications. Unless its cold, my shield is usually up so if I can stick the tube in my mouth I can drink and not have to remove gloves, sunglasses, and then the helmet.
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I have a Shoie Neotech modular. In fairness, the Snell and DOT certification authorities won't certify a modular (AFAIK). However, Shoie and Schubarth have done their own testing, and they're *almost* as good as the full face versions, if they're locked down properly. They're better than some of the cheaper helmets that *are* certified, so I'm happy with it.

You can't really flip it up and then lock it back down while riding, anyway, so mine stays down when I'm on the move. But a tube through the visor, or up from the bottom works just fine.
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Great ideas! I knew some of you guys must have come up with something. Bowtie, did you fashion that yourself? I just realized I have a RAM mount that I'm not using and I have the ball on the bar risers so I just need to find a cup holder and I'll be set!
Yes. Holder I wanted to use didn't line up with RAM ball so cut some 1/8" aluminum to shape, bolted to holder and then ball to alum piece.

HJC RPHA modular here and really like that helmet. Lighter than the Arai full face it replaced. But not as quiet.
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Where did you get it? Where is it mounted? I briefly shopped around a bit before my trip a couple of weeks ago but gave up because everything I found seemed to be handlebar mounted. I've got spare ram mount on my dash shelf right between my GPS and phone that would be ideal for a cup holder if it had a long enough arm.
I see someone already put up a link for the ram cup holder. I have mine on a ram ball mounted to the center plate on my Heli bar riser. Yes I think I am using the long arm for it as well.
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