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Techmount Can-Am Spyder Mount

Techmount Can-Am Spyder Mount
 
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Radar Detector Mount for the Can-Am Spyder Motorcycle.

Enables you to mount your Escort, Beltronics, Valentine 1 or any other radar detector to your Can-Am Spyder RT motorcycle.

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Price: $68.90


Product Code: 4-80007RADAR
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Techmount Can-Am Spyder Radar Detector Mount


Comes complete with everything you need to mount your radar detector to your Can-Am Spyder RT motorcycle


Radar Detector Plate

  • Fits Escort, Beltronics, Valentine 1, Cobra, Whistler and other dash mounted radar detectors.
  • Elastic strap firmly holds your radar detector in place and rubber cushions reduces the chance of damage to your detector because of vibration.

Can-Am Spyder RT Center Mount

  • Your mount easily attaches to the center of your handlebars enabling you to mount your radar detector to your motorcycle making your device easy to access and see.
  • Our unique Techmount system is tailored with your motorcycle and application in mind. Each mounting system is crafted in the USA, through our patent CNC process using high quality aircraft grade aluminum making your mounting system more lightweight, much better looking, and most importantly more durable.
  • As a Master Distributor for all Techmount products we are committed to ensuring your 100% complete customer satisfaction by offering you our EXCLUSIVE LIFETIME "Snapshot Warranty Program". Do you have a defective/worn Techmount part? No problem! Just snap a photo with your smartphone and send it to us, a replacement for the worn/defective part will be in the mail within 3 to 4 business days.


Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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Top Notch Mount March 5, 2015
Reviewer: YT from Cottonwood, Az  
This mount looks great on my RT and keeps the detector secure.

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