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post #1 of 26 Old 08-07-2006, 02:40 PM Thread Starter
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V-Strom Superbrace Group Buy Extended until September 4th

We are working with Superbrace to offer a group buy/introductory pricing for the new Superbrace for the V-stroms. The ordering period for the group buy pricing is from now until August 31st.
At the end of the ordering period, we will be getting the number of units required off to Superbrace and they should have them ready for us to ship in about 2 weeks.

The suggested retail price for the brace is $157.95 and the intro/group buy price is $119.95.


See our Group Buy Page for details here:
http://www.amotostuff.com/Merchant2/...trom_group_buy

Due to the overwhelming sucess of the group buy and the fact this is a Holiday weekend, Superbrace has authorized us to extend the Group Buy until the end of September 4th.
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The Group Buy ends this Thursday, so get in on the great pricing while you can.
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I'll be ordering mine tomorrow. Hopefully it helps on my front tire from hopping/skipping under heavy acceleration.

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Hopefully it helps on my front tire from hopping/skipping under heavy acceleration.
I don't think so - it doesn't weigh enough to keep the front end down under acceleration...!

I guess you could use it for a mounting point for 50lbs of lead.... :wink:

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I'd like to know more. I've been to their site and get the concept. Has anyone here actually used this successfully on a DLK? Is fabricating one at home a reasonable alternative? God knows I'll buy almost anything for a motorcycle, but this isn't even a thing I even knew I needed. Is it something other riders can see when you pass them (or vice-versa?)

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I just ordered mine. Hoping that the 119 price reflects somewhere. Can't wait to get this!!!

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Fork brace on my own...

Hey Mike-I have access to a milling machine and I wouldn’t try it. I don’t like the risk of making it too tight and screwing up a fork leg-big $$. The piece looks very well build. I always wanted one for my Concours, testimony shows it doesn’t do any bad...

By the time I figure finding aluminum stock, measuring everything, cutting and polishing or anodizing-it is a good deal.

I ordered mine the 30th-we’ll see.

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post #9 of 26 Old 08-31-2006, 06:27 PM
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I have a 05 DL1000 and would like to try superbrace how can I get in on purchase
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I have a 05 DL1000 and would like to try superbrace how can I get in on purchase
Read the first post.

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