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What kind of steering stabilizers to yall use? Im looking at rotarys like Scotts and GPR, but if a regular damper ( hyperpro, toby) will do just as well id like to know. :pat:
 

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I have a GPR on my R6 and I know Gas Man will chime in and say that Scotts is the best. There are positives and negatives to each style of damper and I imagine it all depends on what you want and how much you want to spend. Do a search for steering dampers on the forum and I'm sure you'll find a thread where this has been discussed in detail.
 

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JK, there are TONS of threads discussing this topic here on TWF! TONS!!!

Capt, is right.... Scotts is the only way to go! Many reasons!!

Scotts in general is a great company to buy stuff. The stabalizer and oil filter come to mind...
 

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For average riding, save the money and get the hydro style.
If you are a track junkie or ride that pace on the street, get the rotary.
 

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I was looking at the scotts because you can move it from bike to bike. Saving money in the long run. Can you do it with the GPR?
 

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JK, that is one of the reasons Twisty has it... 1 Scotts for all the racing bikes!!
 
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