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Transponder Holder - YZ, CRF, KXF, RMZ



 
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Carbon Fiber Transponder Holder for Yamaha (YZ), Honda (CRF), Kawasaki (KXF) and Suzuki (RMZ).

LightSpeed’s Carbon Fiber Transponder Holder is designed for easy and secure mounting of transponders.
Get what the Factory Racing Teams are using for securing their transponders.
Simply install the Transponder Holder and enjoy continued use over and over again.


(Transponder not included)


LightSpeed’s Carbon Fiber Transponder Holder

Get what is being used by the Factory Race Teams to secure their transponders. LightSpeed’s Carbon Fiber Transponder Holder is designed for easy and secure mounting of transponders. No more hassling with clumsy zip-ties every time you race. It’s simple to install, lightweight and is optimally positioned to send full strength signals, and can remain on the bike indefinitely.

The LightSpeed Carbon Fiber Transponder holder fits all late-model Yamaha, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, KTM and Husqvarna motocross models.

Construction: LightSpeed uses the highest level carbon fiber construction , with 100% carbon fiber prepreg material, high temp autoclave pressure curing system, insuring the best quality carbon fiber product on the market and will provide years and years of usage.

Features: The LS transponder holder bolts directly to the upper fork clamp and/or universal wrap fit for easy install and removal of transponder. Simply hook the transponder in place at the base and slip it over the post and install the hitch pin. The holder can remain on the bike while simply removing and replacing the transponder in seconds. Also, it is positioned for optimized signal and crash protection.

Benefits: Installs in seconds, can be reused indefinitely, No more hassling with clumsy zip-ties every time you race, lightweight, secure mounting, Cool looking factory part, one time purchase with long term value.







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