I have had my Vapor mounted on my left handlebar for a few weeks now but it looks bad there and is poorly protected, but I didn't want to shell out $50 for a billet mount for a speedo which only costs $99. Also, Trailtech's billet protector mounts on top of the bolts at the top of the handlebar clamp, way too high up for my liking. So I made my own mount. I picked up a piece of scrap sheetmetal from work (freebie) and with only a dremel tool, a dull hacksaw and a drill. I slowly and tediously cut it into a large U shape to mount between the handlebar clamps using the top two bolts so that it is mounted 1"-1.5" lower than the Trail tech mount which goes on top of the handlebar clamp. My 1/8" thick sheetmetal fits perrfectly in between the handlebar clamp and does not impede torquing the clamp down at all. I drilled two holes at the top to mount the Vapor directly to the bracket wtih the Vapor screws and bolted the whole thing down. The finished bracket doesn't look pretty because I don't have a band saw or a jig saw and it took a long time to make, but once the Vapor is mounted on it, you can't even see the bracket. I figure I used about $0.25 worth of dremel tool cutting discs. With this homeade mount the Vapor is tucked neatly behind the front headlight shroud and is well protected by my Renthal Handlebars. It is impossible for it to be crushed if the bike lands upsidedown on the handlebars because it is below the crosspad. The mount is surprisingly very solid and it is hard to get it to flex at all when torqued down. I'll have to get some pics up sometime this week. I love it.