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2001 wr426f Steering Stabilizer ??

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Help a wr newbie out .I am in need of information and pictures of wr's with

steering stabilizers. Any recommendations? Any info would be greatful.

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How does that GPS setup work for you? Does the mount hold it securely enough for off road? High speed woops?

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How does that GPS setup work for you? Does the mount hold it securely enough for off road? High speed woops?

The mount only has a small tab at the top which I don't trust so I added a couple of velcro strips. I'm not what you'd call a high speed rider :thumbsup: but it had stayed put even through a couple of unexpected get-offs.

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I have the BRP Sub Mount with Scotts stabilizer on my 02' WR426 and I love it. All the parts are top notch and the guys over at BRP were really good to work with. While I was shopping for the stabilizer I knew that I wanted it mounted under the bars but I was concerned about having the bars up too high. After a lengthy conversation with BRP, we determined that after the rise for the stabilizer was factored in, the ProTaper Carmichael bend would end up slightly higher than my stock tripple clamp with Renthal bars. It was the perfect combo for me (I'm about 5'9")

Although It was a little pricey I would still do it again. I would recommend that you look closely at the set ups that other riders are posting and see what you like best. There is no right or wrong answer, it is personal preferance and what fits in your budget. Good luck.:thumbsup:

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