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Air shifter bottle mounting ideas! !

Trying to mount my co2 bottle for my air shifter and was hoping some of you guys could give me a few suggestions. Im thinking about mounting iron the side of the swingarm just behind the shifter assembly.

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Depending on the size bottle, you could put under the "ram air covers" in the front fairing.

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When I ran an airshifter I had my bottle mounted on the swing arm. Now I am back to foot shifting with a dynojet style set up. They tend to frown upon air shifters at road course track days.
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Thanks for the suggestions and pics guys

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