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post #1 of 31 Old 02-08-2006, 03:47 PM Thread Starter
 
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any interest in pit-bull dampners?

if anyone has any interest in a pit-bull dampner i will do them for the members of zx-10r.net for $350 shipped anywhere in the lower 48!

the dampners are available in red, blue and black.







just let me know if you are interested!

if you would like to pay for one now... paypal is [email protected] just specify year, make, model and color along with a phone number for contact reasons!!

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well how good do you think they are. I mean, I haven't seen or read nothing about them can you give me some info
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Never even heard that pit-bull had those got any reviews. Even though I don't need one still would like to know.

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i have not personally used one yet.. but will this year racing.

there have been a few reviews on them and they have all came back with good standings! from the reviews that i have read.. the people that have used one really liked the fact that you dont mount it to the top nut on the upper triple.. you mount it to the upper triple and to the bolts that hold the gas tank down. the reason that they like this is that it will flip up out of the way of the tank if you happen to need to get under the tank. also the same people were using scotts dampners and said that the pit-bull dampner is top notch and very easy to adjust! i will see if i can find the reviews that i read and post a link.

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Do you have any bigger pics? or a link to one? thanks
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Do you have any bigger pics? or a link to one? thanks
lets see if this works



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This is the kind of pic I was looking for but thanks anyway. If you have any info on adjustabitity like max and min. amount of turns to go from full soft to full hard let me know.

http://www.kneedraggers.com/details/...23-PIT-12.html
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This is the kind of pic I was looking for but thanks anyway. If you have any info on adjustabitity like max and min. amount of turns to go from full soft to full hard let me know.

http://www.kneedraggers.com/details/...23-PIT-12.html

here is some more info on it!!

For full control of steering stability, the new Pit Bull steering stabilizer offers a 10-click range from hard to soft, special valve design for instant-on hydraulics and a center-hub design. Several anodized colors are available.

Steering StabilizerOur hydraulic, top mount steering stabilizer features center-hub design for even load distribution and long life. Its multi-paddle design has special valving for instant-on hydraulics without free play.

The bracket system has three advantages: 1) it allows freedom of movement in all three directions of translation and all three axes of rotation to protect the internal mechanism, 2) it eliminates virtually all free play, and 3) it hinges out of the way to allow quick access under the fuel tank. U.S. Patent number 6,899,208. Other patents applied for.

Sold complete with bracketry for bike. Bracket kits also available without stabilizer. Current colors available are black, blue and red.

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here is some more info on it!!

For full control of steering stability, the new Pit Bull steering stabilizer offers a 10-click range from hard to soft, special valve design for instant-on hydraulics and a center-hub design. Several anodized colors are available.

Steering StabilizerOur hydraulic, top mount steering stabilizer features center-hub design for even load distribution and long life. Its multi-paddle design has special valving for instant-on hydraulics without free play.

The bracket system has three advantages: 1) it allows freedom of movement in all three directions of translation and all three axes of rotation to protect the internal mechanism, 2) it eliminates virtually all free play, and 3) it hinges out of the way to allow quick access under the fuel tank. U.S. Patent number 6,899,208. Other patents applied for.

Sold complete with bracketry for bike. Bracket kits also available without stabilizer. Current colors available are black, blue and red.

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Thanks Jason,

that is the info I needed. I like the tank removal access so I might see what I can get for my Scotts and think about this mod..looks good.
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Thanks Jason,

that is the info I needed. I like the tank removal access so I might see what I can get for my Scotts and think about this mod..looks good.

not a problem!!

just let me know!

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