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Please, help on stabilizer

I found a hyperpro damper but it has a 929rr bracket, and I have a 954rr so is that bracket going to fit 954rr? or not? what can i do? also is $240 for damper and bracket a good deal or should i get a different damper? and also is gpr or scotts better then this one? Thank you!
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I found a hyperpro damper but it has a 929rr bracket, and I have a 954rr so is that bracket going to fit 954rr? or not? what can i do? also is $240 for damper and bracket a good deal or should i get a different damper? and also is gpr or scotts better then this one? Thank you!
The hyperpro should mount to the steering head. 929 & 954 upper tripple are the same, so it shouldn't be a problem.
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Re: Please, help on stabilizer

Hyperpros are pretty cheap dampers and surely do the job just fine.

Unless you really have shakes, you can save that money!

I had one this season and the bike feels much better without it. Of course, to each their own!
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I've tried GPR and Scotts .... I prefer the Scotts and still use it now. World of difference.
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Re: Please, help on stabilizer

I had a scotts that worked good then fell apart on my gsxr600 racebike, then bought a cheap Sprint damper that worked amazing and lasted me about 4 years on 3 different bikes(same damper with different mounting hardware), and I still have the damper. I have had a GPR now for about a year and I love it, probably the best so far.
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Re: Please, help on stabilizer

so should I go ahead and buy that damper from 929rr?
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Re: Please, help on stabilizer

Is it used or new?
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Is it used or new?

it is used he said he bought it in 03 and used it scince then
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If its used and not the right brackets, offer maybe $200.
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it is used he said he bought it in 03 and used it scince then

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or you can buy this one brand new for less than the used one.
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Re: Please, help on stabilizer

i have the HP csc damper on my 929 and it works great....it actualy transformed my ride to a much safer one...no more headshakes! I would say get it 100%
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If its used and not the right brackets, offer maybe $200.
he would not take less than $250 cause he needed to ship it to me
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Thanks for link but i just actually found a Scotts for $150 and i think Ill get than one instead
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i have the HP csc damper on my 929 and it works great....it actualy transformed my ride to a much safer one...no more headshakes! I would say get it 100%
thanks for info , but i decided to go with scotts
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Re: Please, help on stabilizer

Ok guys science I am not going to buy it I will give you the link to it so if anyone wants it here it is Hyperpro Steering Damper & Bracket
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