Got to hang at the CPR fab shop and lend my bike to the design process for the 950 Adventure version of the "Snap Out" bracket. The "Snap Out" bracket is a witty devise Chris at CPR came up with that anchors the glove box all in one piece to a quick release mount (thus the "Snap Out" name... turn the Dzus fastener and SNAP that glovebox contraption mofo OUT!) Problem with the 950 Adventures is the ECU black box prevents the "Snap Out" bracket from fitting flush at the fuel tank mounts. Chris quickly came up with a sister bracket solution on his computer utilizing the stock KTM bracket grommets and mounting points. Chris machining a sister bracket prototype to the "Snap Out" which easily relocates the 950 Adventure's ECU black box below. With the new ECU relocation bracket, the "Snap Out" works with a stock 950 Adventure snorkel... Or a Uni prefilter. Dzus fastener installed by simply drilling into the plastic and using supplied hardware. This kit is very easy to do. In fact there was no need to remove the tanks. Just remove the tank mounting hardware and mildly lift the tank up enough to slid the "Snap Out" bracket into place. Easy Peasy. I had a great time hanging out at CPR Fab. It's very humbling to see such a high level fabricator, but Chris and his wife are welcoming hosts to guests at his shop. And after checking out the trick exhaust systems Chris has been creating for the LC8's I can't help myself from picturing my bike with a new two into one exhaust... along with the Rottweiler filter kit. Humm?