Store Recommendation for Scotts or GPR ?

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.

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:

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.

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

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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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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