Thanks for the confidence Elivisto, but it is made by Rizoma. It's supposed to go on a BMW Nine T. The brushed aluminum finish matches the fenders perfectly. I had to drill a couple of holes and reshape the brackets with a hammer, but it was easy (half a beer job). You can turn the banjo bolt on the brake reservoir and route the cables in behind it.
After finding a flat battery twice after work (I forget to turn them off, )I changed out the direct battery hookup by splicing into the USB wires under the seat. Easy to get to and ID. I'm not an electrically talented sort of person.
Me either, that's why I thought I'd better ask. And I know all about waking up to a dead battery, so it's switched power from now on. Lots of times I'll tie into the license plate light, I'll take a look at that, too. Thanks again.
Surprisingly well. It makes a huge difference on long highway travel days. Subsequent to my adaptation of a BMW 9T wind sreen, the folks at Rizoma now have the same screen with their own mounting brackets specific to the Scrambler.