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post #1 of 49 (permalink) Old 06-08-2007, 10:40 AM Thread Starter
 
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Group buys!!!!

If anyone has any ideas on some products that they would like to see in a group buy, post up here and i will see what i can do. Most items will be free shipping in the USA.
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post #2 of 49 (permalink) Old 06-08-2007, 10:47 AM
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Free Shipping on Pitbull stands? j/k - I think we all understand that is an unreasonable request...

With all the talk about tires, how about a PP group buy? Would sizes matter?

Pazzo's are always popular... I'd like a set, but probably not until this winter...

Undertails maybe? I am having a hell of a time finding an undertail that I really like... I am contemplating making my own out of acrylic plastic and LED's...

I am also looking for some handguards, but I doubt many on here would be interested in a group buy on those...

There's a whole host of other crap too, but like most of the above, I think it'd be hard to get enough interest... Pilot Powers on the other hand would probably get a great response...
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Maybe steering Dampers...?
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ponders on this...
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I might be in the market for an exhaust hanger if the price/quality is right. Ooh. And a cruise control system.
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I vote for steering dampers as well

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I don't think I really need one, but if the deal's right... For added security, I may be interested...
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I don't think I really need one, but if the deal's right... For added security, I may be interested...
This is a little bit of a but how much do those dampers help? I guess they just basically highly damp very quick turning motions... i.e. instability or front wobble? Are they worth the $400-ish?
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This is a little bit of a but how much do those dampers help? I guess they just basically highly damp very quick turning motions... i.e. instability or front wobble? Are they worth the $400-ish?
Iv eseen thses things much less than $400. They will add stability. And if you have a vibration in the bars it will help with that. It can also help with over steering.
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This is a little bit of a but how much do those dampers help? I guess they just basically highly damp very quick turning motions... i.e. instability or front wobble? Are they worth the $400-ish?
they are well worth the money. i have
scotts 405.00 shipped any bike
hyperpro (need make and model) they vary alot
gpr 405.00 shipped
i have others but i recommend the above. the others are cheaper and less adjustable.
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Iv eseen thses things much less than $400. They will add stability. And if you have a vibration in the bars it will help with that. It can also help with over steering.
I see... depends on the brand. Pit bulls are cheaper, scotts middle of the road, ohlins and matris higher up, all the way to the matris m4R top of the line piece. What others are there?

oops didn't see smoke's post lol
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I personally like GPR's. On board ajusting.
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58cycle has GPR's for $377
that is very cheap. is that with shipping, if so then i will do it for that price. dealer on those are 340.00 before shipping, so profit of about 15 bucks after all charges are taken out. i just check and that is free shipping but some of the models are 389.99 so i will match there prices

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I personally like GPR's. On board ajusting.
scotts has that option also.
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I see... depends on the brand. Pit bulls are cheaper, scotts middle of the road, ohlins and matris higher up, all the way to the matris m4R top of the line piece. What others are there?

oops didn't see smoke's post lol
DING DING DING... You are wrong!! Ohlins makes the Scotts steering stabalizer.

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i have had just about all of them and i will use nothing else but the scotts
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DING DING DING... You are wrong!! Ohlins makes the Scotts steering stabalizer.
I was talking about the price, not the quality.

And has anyone used the matris ones? I have heard they are the best... especially the m4r which is the top of the top... but it is 600 bucks.

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never used them but damn 600.00 for a steering stabilizer. For that price it better drive me.
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