Attached is some photos of the current INNOVV C5 motorcycle camera install and the rubber grommet I used.

INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera Installed on Suzuki hayabusaINNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera Installed on Suzuki hayabusaINNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera Installed on Suzuki hayabusaINNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera Installed on Suzuki hayabusa

I’ve also attached two photos from the old install on my Hayabusa.

INNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera Installed on Suzuki hayabusaINNOVV C5 Motorcycle Camera Installed on Suzuki hayabusa

On the new install, I cut one of your washers at an angle so the camera could be level although the fairing is at a slight angle and located this between the camera bracket and my softer washer/grommet. Whilst this got rid of most the vibration caused by engine resonance, I now get camera shake caused by wind pressure at motorway speeds. We definitely need a new solution as neither work. If the lens is secured very tightly the original bracket works at speed provided engine revs are above or below the resonance level (<4500 or >5500 rpm). My softer washers, nearly cure the engine resonance when stationary or at low speed, but allow the camera to move at speed (60+mph).

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