Brake Reservoir Electronics Mounting System

Supreme Legends introduces its RAM Ball Brake Reservoir Mounting System for some Harley-Davidson and Goldwing Models. This system allows you to use your RAM mount accessories, including GPS, iPod or Cell. Phone holders, without adding more clamps and clutter to your bars. Simply remove your existing brake reservoir cover, replace the gasket and screws onto this unit, secure it and go.

Makes a great gift for the electronics nut in your life! Currently available for Goldwing models and\, 08/up Harley Touring models, with more HD fitment coming shortly. $69.99 plus shipping. Available exclusively through Supreme Legends USA.  Call 714-504-0715 for further information and available fitments.

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8 Responses to “Brake Reservoir Electronics Mounting System”


  1. 1 ejmoment Sep 23rd, 2011 at 10:28 am

    Now this is a GREAT idea!

  2. 2 roscoe Sep 23rd, 2011 at 7:34 pm

    I agree, a great idea.
    I hope that movement/adjusting of the ram mounted item wouldn’t create a leak.

  3. 3 Rogue Sep 24th, 2011 at 6:15 am

    I may be changing my Radar Detector Mounting and this does sound interesting.
    Roscoe does have a good question though.

  4. 4 captmike Sep 24th, 2011 at 9:29 am

    I’d be a little wary of this device. The fasteners holding the lid onto your brake or clutch reservoir were designed to be strong enough to, well, hold the lid on — not serve as a foundation for attachment brackets and a GPS, etc. But you’re an adult, you decide!

  5. 5 The Supreme Team Sep 24th, 2011 at 10:22 am

    Roscoe/Captmike,
    I assure you, we’ve sold hundreds of these for the Goldwings without any issue. Once a seal is created, the entire periphery of the cover is clamped down against the solid surface of the reservoir. Unless your “screws are loose” (pun intended), you should not have any problem with these at all.
    Most people adjust on occasion, not like adjusting a mirror ten times, and in order to adjust the main units, you are using a thumb nut on the RAM mount itself, then clamping that down, vs. twisting and turning it like a mirror.
    I can see your concerns, but we’ve had no issues at all.

    Bill

  6. 6 Paul Sep 25th, 2011 at 7:59 am

    Drill the proper size hole. Screw in a Ram mount ball with some red loc-tite and your done.
    All for under $15
    Been done for years by many with no issues.

  7. 7 The Supreme Team Sep 25th, 2011 at 12:26 pm

    And when the fluid breaks down the loctite, comes up through the hole, leaks and gets on your paint/exhaust, etc. you can call Paul.
    Great idea though Paul..I know somebody who tried it and wasn’t happy about the ruined paint.

  8. 8 Rider2 Sep 25th, 2011 at 1:17 pm

    This product is great! I purchased one from Supreme not long ago. Installation is easy and top notch quality…. and no leak whatsoever.

    Big fan of Supreme Legends products… have been for years. Good quality products, made in the USA and at a reasonable price.

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