Ok, i have seen this Turn Signal and Helmet Lock Re-Locator in many peoples pics. I have been told you can buy it, for like $150 or something.
It seems it would be easy to reproduce.
Here are some pics and some drawing prints. If any one of you out there have this re-locator could you please take some measurements and stuff for me.
I want to put together a good print that will come in handy in the future for others.
I don`t want to underestimate the complexity of this job, but as a DIY guy myself, it doesn`t appear that it would be that difficult to measure the required distances and hole sizes for this bracket. The overall length and width may vary a millimeter or two from lances brackets, and you may have to make a prototype or two, to get it perfect, but this is not rocket science.
Measure the width of the signal light bases and helmet lock bases to determine the required width for the strap metal.
Likewise the length of the lock to determine the length of the short leg of the "L" bracket.
Align the tongue (the short leg) of a carpenters square on the top of the tail light lens at the appropriate place, estimated from the picture, and measure on the tail (the long leg of the square), the overall length, the centers of the bolts and screws and signal base.
Make the prototype out of mild steel strap and check for fit before using more expensive stainless steel or aluminum. Cut the strap a half inch longer than your measurements to allow for the bend, and trim both legs to length needed afterwards. JMHO.