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The transmitter is directional and the antennea is mounted such that when mounted on top of the tail it is aimed down, moving it to another location or orientation will result in less effective range.
I mount mine under the tail section. Being of normal height I have a tendancy to hit the transponder with my leg when getting on and off the bike. I have knocked them off off the bike when mounted on top.
Bill I seen a guy with a duc have one on top of his tail. Dont remember who it was though. I assume he didnt have issues since he had it there a few weekends.
Really? We're using the same one as before, right? I had always mounted mine under the fender in plain sight, but I mounted the transmitter in the holder the same way as if it was on top...so it would be "pointing" up. Was I just lucky that it worked? Or was it my magnetic/repulsive personality that caused it to work... ;D ;D ;D
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