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Liberate that hard to reach headlight mounted ignition switch from your bike and place it below the left side of the tank. A must when using custom fork tube mounted headlight brackets. Mounts super clean on either side and up close to the frame as possible. Ignition switch has no exposed hardware other than the 2 alloy frame bolts. Fully CNC machined from solid 6061-T6 aluminum.
Up to expectations
Worked well, rerouted original wires to connect without too much trouble. Other comments mentioned rubbing the gas tank; I have just under 1/8" clearance on my 2013 T100..no problem for me. Not much easier to reach than on the headlight ear, but I can now replace the headlight brackets with chrome. Filled the original ignition switch hole with a USB female connection (for GPS, charge cell phone, etc.).
September 8, 2014
Save your money.
I got this bracket in anticipation of a front end swap that I still haven't done yet. But in theory this eliminates worry about where to place the ignition, and with several other brackets will clean up your front end.
The bad: look at the pictures above. See how close it comes to the tank? Once mine was installed, it had a little wiggle room, but ultimately no matter where I held it when tightening down, it always ended up a hair's width from the tank. Road vibration caused the tank to vibrate strongly against it at certain speeds. I could feel it and thought I had a bad front wheel bearing. It took me forever to figure out. Now my paint is chipped where this bracket hit the tank.
I'm guessing this was designed for pre-EFI bikes with smaller tanks and because it fits when installed, no mention was made of compatibility issues. All it would take is a little machining, or a change in the shape of the bracket, or a rubber pad for the tank side, and everything would be just fine. It's too late for me, but if you want to buy this anyway, make sure there is generous clearance before you go for a ride. But please don't return parts you've fitted to your bike because they didn't work! You were warned!
The better solution if you haven't already committed to something else would be to get a gauge bracket with ignition switch hole. But I haven't tried that option.
June 19, 2014
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