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:) As many of you already know from the ongoing photo contest giveaways, SV Racing Parts is the place to go to for Stromtroopers, and that I offer all Stromtroopers instant discounts, No Taxes regardless of where you live, and Free Shipping with USPS Priority delivery to your door anywhere in the USA.

International Stromtroopers, email me at [email protected] and I will provide you with the best USPS rate to your door available, It is always realistic,

I don't offer everything or pretend to have all the things everyone might want, but I am proud to say that everything I offer, I use myself, and it all meets my test for personal excellence,

That is why I like the Scotts Steering Damper for the DL650 and the DL1000.

Scotts Performance make excellent products, The Steering Damper retails at $479 complete with all mounting hardware, and $330 for the Steering Stabilizer unit only.

I am providing them to Stromtrooper members for $459 for the complete Steering Stabilizer, including all the mounting hardware, and Free Shipping anywhere in the USA, Email me at [email protected]



Anyone interested in the mounting kit only it is $150 retail and $139.50 from SV Racing Parts for Stromtrooper members.

Scotts Steering Dampers can really add a whole new level of control to spirited or terrain challenging riding.

Check it out at http://www.scottsperformance.com/Stabilizer_Models.php?Make=Suzuki

Let me know when you are ready and I will get your Scotts Steering Stabilizer out to you right away.

Enjoy the ride, and best regards all,
Blair
 

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I know Greywolf and others swear by it. Roy B, besides the Scotts, do you also have a fork brace and non-stock front fork springs? If you do, how would you rate/rank those items in significance of most effecting the bike?
Thanks, and anyone else with those mods, please add in. I have the brace, was looking at the Scotts as well. An ounce of prevention...


:) Get a SuperBrace first, and a Scotts Steering Stabilizer right after.

They both do their own jobs, and will vastly improve your steering and control on your bike,

Check out the SuperBrace Group Buy thread under general discussion for the specials on these two items going on right now, where you will save even more than the ongoing offer, copied from the For Sale: post #1

:) As many of you already know from the ongoing photo contest giveaways, SV Racing Parts is the place to go to for Stromtroopers, and that I offer all Stromtroopers instant discounts, No Taxes regardless of where you live, and $10 Flat Rate Shipping with USPS Priority delivery to your door anywhere in the USA.

International Stromtroopers, email me at [email protected] and I will provide you with the best USPS rate to your door available, It is always realistic,

I don't offer everything or pretend to have all the things everyone might want, but I am proud to say that everything I offer, I use myself, and it all meets my test for personal excellence,

That is why I like the Scotts Steering Damper for the DL650 and the DL1000.

Scotts Performance make excellent products, The Steering Damper retails at $479 complete with all mounting hardware, and $330 for the Steering Stabilizer unit only.

I am providing them to Stromtrooper members for $459 for the complete Steering Stabilizer, with Free Shipping, Regular price, $479.95, including all the mounting hardware, and $305 for the Steering Stabilizer unit only. Email me at [email protected]



Anyone interested in the mounting kit only it is $150 retail and $139.50 from SV Racing Parts for Stromtrooper members.

Scotts Steering Dampers can really add a whole new level of control to spirited or terrain challenging riding.

Check it out at http://www.scottsperformance.com/Stabilizer_Models.php?Make=Suzuki

Let me know when you are ready and I will get your Scotts Steering Stabilizer out to you right away.

Enjoy the ride, and best regards all,
Blair
 

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A Big Thank You to Blair Layton!

I contacted him Monday afternoon regarding purchase of the "Scotts Steering Stabilizer". Received an immediate reply with the info needed to complete the transaction. Had an invoice from Paypal first thing Tuesday morning and received my merchandise Thursday afternoon. That's Customer Service! I'd say, if he's got it and you need it give him a try you won't be sorry!
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Lawrence Schaffer
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Blair, can you recommend handle bars who's position is comparable to your up and back risers and is compatible with the Scott's damper?

Barry
 

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......Blair, can you recommend Handle Bars who's position is comparable to your up and back risers and is compatible with the Scott's damper? Barry


:) Hi Barry, Thanks for the prod, I am on this right now. I have been thinking about this myself, as I want the benefits of both for my bike as well,

I will be posting up, and let you know as soon as I do,

If I find a manufacturer I like, I will set up a dealer relation and offer them at the best price possible to all the Stromtroopers, :cool:

Any suggestions from any of our fellow Stromtroopers on Handle Bars that give the net effect of One up and One back on the Handle Bar riding position?

No Need for Handle Bar Riser Comments, or Recommendations on this thread please. Risers will not work with Scotts Stabilizers on the DL650 or the DL1000. They are Not Compatible.

Thanks for all your support, I appreciate it,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
Blair
 

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I use the stock bars. The fit me just right. John Weldon at VSRI uses Pro Taper SE ATV high handlebars.
 

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:) Hi, There are still a few of the Scotts Performance Steering Stabilizer kits in stock and ready to ship at the $439.95 with Free Shipping Price left.



Let me know whenever you are ready, by emailing me at [email protected] and I will be happy to PayPal invoice you and get your Scotts Steering Stabilizer out to you right away,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
Blair
 

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Here's one.

 

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good luck getting that clean of an install

Greywolf's bike is immaculate, saw it at Brendans in October 07 rally. Showed up late on Saturday night. If you ever need bike advice, seek the sage advice from him...
 

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SV Racing Parts, Scotts Performance Steering Stabilizer

Greywolf's bike is immaculate, saw it at Brendans in October 07 rally. Showed up late on Saturday night. If you ever need bike advice, seek the sage advice from him...

:)Immaculate is a great word to describe Greywolf's bike,

I especially like the way that the Scotts Steering Stabilizer looks on the bike,

It all looks like command central, Very well done,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
Blair
 

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Get one get one get one, in 3000 Km's it saved my ass once already, and a possible 2nd time.:bom_glasses:
 

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Can someone Clue me In

I don't know what I'm missing. I have stock everything. What would steering stuff do to make a great handling bike handle better?
 

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The stock 650 has weak fork springs, too much compression damping from a damper rod setup instead of a cartridge, a small axle that allows front wheel deflection and a tendency to shake from high speeds, extra loads and/or ruts and potholes. Stronger springs, cartridge emulators or actual cartridges, fork braces and steering stabilizers all contribute to better fork action.
 

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Question from the newbie peanut gallery. What does this gizmo do? When I was looking to purchase my Wee this past weekend, I noticed some crotch rockets with a piston/dampner mounted on the steering. I figured creates some resistance when turning the wheel and might eliminate some wobble created by the road that could be transmitted up the bars. Am I close. I guess I could search the web. The link you posted didn't really describe what it does, but someplace on Scotts page might.
 

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SV Racing Parts, Scotts Performance Steering Stabilizer

:) If you are looking at a Scotts Stabilizer for your DL650 or DL1000 Email me directly at [email protected] and I will look after you right away,

They are $479.95 regular plus shipping,

I am providing them to Stromtroopers at $459.95 including shipping to your door, anywhere in the USA.

Let me know, whenever you are ready,

You will love the improved handling and control,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
Blair
 

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I noticed some crotch rockets with a piston/dampner mounted on the steering. I figured creates some resistance when turning the wheel and might eliminate some wobble created by the road that could be transmitted up the bars.
The damper is speed sensitive. Normal bar inputs are basically unchanged but violent movements like tank slappers and pothole snatching get damped.
 
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