Store Recommendation for Scotts or GPR ?


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  • rideawn

Posted March 05, 2007 - 10:57 AM

#1

Store Recommendation for Scotts or GPR stabilizer ?

I have TT's Scotts price quote. Just checking to see if there are any other place I should look for one of these dampers . Thanks.

  • bigbluerider4life

Posted March 05, 2007 - 06:00 PM

#2

dont quote me as i have no clue about the 450...but when i was just being curious and checking out steering stabs scotts made a very attractive,well known and endorsed stabilizer for my 07 250f

i couldn't find a gpr for the alum framed yamis however...anybody know where to get one? wasn't on gprs site and i figured that was the best source :applause:

scotts is a very good brand, i wouldn't think twice about getting one...if the pocket allowed :lol:

  • YamaHonda

Posted March 05, 2007 - 06:16 PM

#3

dont quote me as i have no clue about the 450...but when i was just being curious and checking out steering stabs scotts made a very attractive,well known and endorsed stabilizer for my 07 250f

i couldn't find a gpr for the alum framed yamis however...anybody know where to get one? wasn't on gprs site and i figured that was the best source :applause:

scotts is a very good brand, i wouldn't think twice about getting one...if the pocket allowed :lol:


Call GPR directly. They have the V3 for the 06-07 YZ450Fs so I'm guessing they can hook you up for your 250F. Newer YZFs are not on the web site yet.

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  • dwnlowx

Posted March 05, 2007 - 09:19 PM

#4

dh1racing.com sales gpr setups for all the 07 he has the skid plates ,clamps,bar mounts,stabalizer mounts he will work you a sweet deal to

  • Polar_Bus

Posted March 06, 2007 - 09:25 AM

#5

Store Recommendation for Scotts or GPR stabilizer ?

I have TT's Scotts price quote. Just checking to see if there are any other place I should look for one of these dampers . Thanks.


I have the "weld on" Scott's unit on my KX500. Absolutely the best big money I ever spent on a bike peroid. Prior, my KX5 would have a NASTY headshake WOT down long straights, now after the Scott's damper addition, I can maintain just a simple grip on the bars, and the steering tracks with perfect, straight controlled precision!Heres a pic:

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  • rideawn

Posted March 06, 2007 - 10:20 AM

#6

Thanks for the feedback. I went with a Scotts from TT Store. As always, they were a big help. I decided Scotts was an investment, because it is rebuildable and can be used on other bikes with different mounts. I'll have it for years I'm sure. I hope to receive and install before my sand trip planned for 3/16-3/18. I've already had a couple of head shakes on what seemed like a nothing bump. I don't want to have to worry about it out there. I've had get-offs in the sand many times and it does not taste good :applause:





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