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    Drift Stealth alternative back plate

    A good friend of mine has designed and developed this alternative back plate. It is 3D printed and allows the USB power cable to attach whilst keeping the back enclosed to the elements.

    I have one and can vouch for how great it is. See the link below for his eBay site and also some further pictures. Let me know if you have any questions and I will get the answers for you.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1322294187...84.m1555.l2649
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    I WANT ONE. Running a Stealth with a right angled micro usb lead to a battery tank. Black electrical tape round the Stealth back has so far kept the rain out. Wondered when someone would do this. I e-mailed Drift a few days ago and Bob replied saying they will look into it(sort of)!
    This evening I've spent a few hours trying to get info on the new Innovv C5 which is waterproof. Has a waterproof power lead to bike battery too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biot View Post
    I WANT ONE. Running a Stealth with a right angled micro usb lead to a battery tank. Black electrical tape round the Stealth back has so far kept the rain out. Wondered when someone would do this. I e-mailed Drift a few days ago and Bob replied saying they will look into it(sort of)!
    This evening I've spent a few hours trying to get info on the new Innovv C5 which is waterproof. Has a waterproof power lead to bike battery too.
    Follow the eBay link... it has been made so that it grips the OEM lead that you get with the camera. This means there is no strain on the connector port.

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    Looks good, just bought one :

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    Got mine. Away at mo so will have a play next week!
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    Just ordered one.

    Use mine as DVR so perfect hopefully. Stealth 2 are ok for light drizzle.

    Just need a suitable bracket for the gs

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    Quote Originally Posted by malcopopolo View Post
    Just ordered one.

    Use mine as DVR so perfect hopefully. Stealth 2 are ok for light drizzle.

    Just need a suitable bracket for the gs
    I use the bracket that attaches to the right indicator. Got one from China for silly money. It’s perfect

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flaming T View Post
    I use the bracket that attaches to the right indicator. Got one from China for silly money. It’s perfect
    do u have a link please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flaming T View Post
    I use the bracket that attaches to the right indicator. Got one from China for silly money. It’s perfect
    I've got the same mount and I can not get it to fit with a touratech headlight protector, unless I'm doing something wrong
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marks adventure View Post
    I've got the same mount and I can not get it to fit with a touratech headlight protector, unless I'm doing something wrong
    I don't have that make of headlight protector..... how does that intervene with the indicator? My bracket just slips over the indicator fixing bolt.


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    Quote Originally Posted by malcopopolo View Post
    do u have a link please?

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    It's the same as one if these (eBay). For some reason I can't find the link where I bought it from.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Flaming T View Post
    I don't have that make of headlight protector..... how does that intervene with the indicator? My bracket just slips over the indicator fixing bolt.
    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    It doesn't sit flat, anyone got a close up photo of both fitted?
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