Technical Go pro mounts

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DD2112kr

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Hi all,

Looking for advice on mounting locations for go pro cameras, they are being used for analysing my driving so ideally a way to view both my feet and steering inputs, I have 3 cameras to mount (one will be head worn)

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Dan
 
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What class are you driving in?

You only really need one camera and it would usually be mounted on the radiator if Iame X30 or Rotax.

X30

Rotax
 
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When it was rad mounted it flew off, admitted I didn’t hold it down with cable ties
 

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When it was rad mounted it flew off, admitted I didn’t hold it down with cable ties
Some cable ties through the top of the rad and a safety tether are a good idea.
 

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