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post #1 of 43 Old 02-09-2013, 08:32 AM Thread Starter
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Question Tank mounted GoPro

I have been entertaining the idea of getting a GoPro and using the tank mount for it. I have the small Honda sport fairing on the bike ('04 599) and was wondering if anyone has used a tank mounted camera and what type of view you get over the cluster as the 599 and 919 pretty much look the same in that area.

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post #2 of 43 Old 02-09-2013, 08:56 AM
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having used the suction cup mount on the tank, I can tell you that you'll get a great view of the gauges and thats about it. Might work better pointing the camera at you, but I haven't tried it and my hero2 is dead.

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This was a tank mount:

Track day at Pacific Raceways - 2009 Aprilia Tuono - Session 4 8-25-2012 - YouTube


You just need more extensions - view from the side below:


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I wouldn't be using the suction cup mount but the one pictured above that bolts to the fuel cap.

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Either way, I was just pointing out if the camera is not high enough, get more extensions. I had two or three even on top of the suction cup mount.

Only problem you'll notice is that it makes the camera more shakey with every extension.

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What extensions did you use for the suction cup mount?

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I'm trying to find the video I recorded a long time ago, I used that mount along with a camcorder before the GoPro days:


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Yeah, it seems one has to use the self adhesive mount that comes with the GoPro with the tank mount.

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You need a tripod mount. Amazon.com: GoPro Tripod Mount for HERO Cameras: Camera & Photo

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That'll work fine. I just need to verify that the bolt-on mount will give me a clear view of the road ahead.

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Looking at the rise in that adapter, I don't think you'll have an issue.

I just used the standard extensions that came with my kit. I have amassed a collection of 90 degree turn brackets, short & long extensions, etc.

I don't specifically remember what I used, I just used enough to stretch it up some. Worked fine - I still wanted a good view of the gauges but still see the track.

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The GoPro will have a much wider view but this is using the mount with a Panasonic camcorder.
Highway 20 North Cascade Loop - YouTube

With the mount on, you could still use a small tank bag or have a big one at an angle. Which is actually pleasant to lean on on long trips.

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I found that the mount puts the camera mounting surface a little over 3" (80mm) above the tank cap. Add in the tripod adapter and it should give a nice view forward.

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you will get quite a bit o engine vibration when mounted on the tank fyi.

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I have that mount and it does a good job. You will get vibration and it shows up on my camera at certain rpms. There is also a DIY mount with a PVC T fitting that u can mount on the handlebars.

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Here is a view with the suction mount on the tank.

Blue Ridge Parkway (GoPro HD Tank Mount) - YouTube

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I've used the suction cup tank mount on the 919.
It was badly in the way for track days, couldn't lay down on the tank anywhere near proper.
I'm going to try a handlebar radar detector mount, position it between the clamps, offset toward the speedo so it doesn't block the tacho. My guess is that it won't be very good at capturing the tacho movements, but the forward view should be decent.

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I've used the suction cup tank mount on the 919.
It was badly in the way for track days, couldn't lay down on the tank anywhere near proper.
I'm going to try a handlebar radar detector mount, position it between the clamps, offset toward the speedo so it doesn't block the tacho. My guess is that it won't be very good at capturing the tacho movements, but the forward view should be decent.
This is with the handlebar mount. I adjusted it so I could clamp it in the center of the bars. This happens to be one of my favorite positions to mount my gopro. I have purchase some new mounts for this season so I will see if I feel the same way soon.

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I'm sure I can look online to find it but what kind of mounts come with the go-pro? Can you use a ball type (like GPS) or is it more traditional like you would find with a Tri-pod or something similar?

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I'm sure I can look online to find it but what kind of mounts come with the go-pro? Can you use a ball type (like GPS) or is it more traditional like you would find with a Tri-pod or something similar?
typically sticky mounts (curved or flat) as well as other various things (camera tripod, chest mount, vented helmet strap, roll bar mount etc etc) ... you probably wont find a gps ball mount though from an official gopro accessory simply because it would be too easy to move.

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I am actually going with the Tachyon BikerCam Motorcycle Camera System and will be using the handlebar mount on the left side of the bars. Lot's of great reviews on the camera.

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I know the little gps ball can usually be tightened up but I am not sure how heavy the gopro is in comparison. I've been on the fence for a while, just simply because I don't want to be one of those idiots you see talking to their camera as they rear end the UPS truck but I was thinking of getting the contour+2 just because it seems a little more streamlined and I like some of the gps and bluetooth features it offers. It also seems a little more compact overall........ I was looking on their site and it looks like there is an attachment for that to mount into a gps type ball socket so that is what made me think about it was all.

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its up to you... for action cameras, for the highest quality picture... go pro hands down, you arnt going to beat it. Yes they arnt as small and streamlined as the action camera... but damn they are tough.

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Went with my original choice-the Contour ROAM2. A few friends use them with great results. Got it all mounted up. I think it's gonna work out well.






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Which mount is that for the roam? And when you get a chance some vids to check out the angle would be appreciated. I have a Contour Roam 2 I got from Target and looking for mount ideas.

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The mount I used is the Contour boxed Ram roll bar mount: Amazon.com: Contour 3800 Roll Bar Mount for ContourGPS, ContourHD, and VHoldR: Camera & Photo

I am going to use the camera Saturday so once I figure out how to edit and get it uploaded on YT I post it here.

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For our bikes, all you need is a suction cup mount for the tank. It works perfectly, even at high speeds, with great sound and minimal vibrations. For the high speed reasons, I won't post my example here, but trust me. You see the gauges and a great view of the road. Nothing fancy, just a go pro and a suction mount - no extensions needed.

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Where on the tank do you put the suction mount? Gas cap? Off to the side a bit? Does it get in the way when you tuck in?

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Where on the tank do you put the suction mount? Gas cap? Off to the side a bit? Does it get in the way when you tuck in?
Andrew, you saw my setup at the track. I had that suction mounted GoPro up to 150+. Never moved. Had it on the tank, the gauges, and the tail.

Yes, gets in the way when you want to lay on the tank, was stupid enough to realize that as I got better at my form. I'll put an actual mount on the front fairing in the future.

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If I remember correctly, the Tuono had a flat part right on the center forward position? The 919 has a curve.

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On the 919 I had it right behind the gas tank cap, was super solid there. It did not get in the way during spirited Dragon riding, but I suppose it might if one is trying to tuck at 100+ on a track.

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On the 919 I had it right behind the gas tank cap, was super solid there. It did not get in the way during spirited Dragon riding, but I suppose it might if one is trying to tuck at 100+ on a track.
Good to know! I'll have to try that when I get my camera back from PVster. Hopefully he's figured the suction mount and it didn't go fly flying at the track.

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And when you get a chance some vids to check out the angle would be appreciated.
Here are a couple vids from yesterday's ride:

modular & Mello - YouTube

3/30/13 Backwoods - YouTube

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Here are a couple vids from yesterday's ride:

modular & Mello - YouTube

3/30/13 Backwoods - YouTube
That angle looks sweet. I'm gonna watch it on the tv tomorrow to see about the quality. Looks like a fair bit of vibes going on, am I right (hard to tell on the cell)?

2nd vid at 3:35, the butt clincher. What happened?

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I believe with the camera right by the motor it may be causing the camera to vibrate.

That was a brain fart in the second vid. Lost focus for a second......doh.

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That was a brain fart in the second vid. Lost focus for a second......doh.
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That angle looks sweet. I'm gonna watch it on the tv tomorrow to see about the quality. Looks like a fair bit of vibes going on, am I right (hard to tell on the cell)?

2nd vid at 3:35, the butt clincher. What happened?
Interesting perspective.
Would be a good track day device to see what's happening during a lap re travel.
Would also reveal lots about one's level of technique as well, and how that can effect the front end.
Having said that, a reverse mount position showing the swing arm movements would be nice too.
I wonder if the tire carcass deflection could also be seen.

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I watched the 2nd video... Is it the camera or the location of the GoPro that makes it look like the front end of the 9er is made of Jello?



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I believe that is resonance from the motor going through the slider on muh 599 and into the Contour ROAM2. I did not use the stabilizer YouTube offers on that vid.

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I bought a small 'n' cheap 808 #16 chinese camera some months ago. HD720p and it makes the deal.

As it's cheap it doesn't have any stabilizator. I tested it on the bar, and over the radiator, and it gets less vibration on the bar.

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