Bobc nice view.I mounted my GoPro on the tank using the suction cup. The video is quite clear, a bit of vibration occasionally but the previous comment about "tuck" is quite right.
I would use this position for road riding but for the track it would have to go elsewhere.
I looked today and I see what you mean about the stabilizer totally covering the **** hole... I don't think it would work on my bike as it would interfere. I'm kinda lucky cuz where I'd stick the suction cup is one piece of my tank plastic so I could replace if I f it upUsed my suction mount at first also.It started leaving some marks on the surface.They buffed out,but I wasn't gonna chance anything getting into the clearcoat.
Yeah I think the subtle differences between our bikes make it not possible. There is no room. The damper would have to be flipped on its side on my bikeNah..that ram mount WILL work.I didn't remove my steering damper...that's why I had to cut some off of the rubber stem that fits in there.Once I got the right length,and it would still tighten up okay,I worked it in there...and under that damper.It's okay.No problem.That Ram Mount really IS the way to go.Solid.Virtually vibration free.No sticking anything anywhere on the paint.The ball mount MAY be separate...I can't remember just now.It's on that same website anyway.Then you can get the 'gopro ball mount' as well.Works just great.Nice and steady and smooth.
Interesting to me that you need to remove it, yet once ram put on and damper put back on its fine. Weird lol I'm checking them iutYes..the Ram Mount website has the GoPro ball mount.Use the arm.Works great.
Again...if you remove that damper out of the way by removing the two bolts there,you don't need to cut anything.That's really the right way to do this.The result however is the same.