The stabilizer itself must be mounted over the centerline of steering stem or pivot point of the forks on a motorcycle, unless you are using linkage that accomplishes the same goal. When ordering a stabilizer only, it will normally come with no link-arm, as shown in this picture. When ordering a mount kit for your bike and a Steering Damper we provide the correct link arm.
Some applications require different lengths and shapes of linkarms due to physical hurdles and depending on the clearances for your particular application.
Off road stabilizers typically have no rebound valving by design, whereas road bike stabilizer HAVE rebound valving. When buying a stabilizer only it's a good idea to give us as much info as possible.
SUB mounted stabilizers require the link-arm be reversed. Applications for off-road bikes using enduro computers, typically need the stabilizer mounted in the �reverse� position to allow clearance for the computer.
Please go to steering Damper Section for full Mount Kit listings or yo
Alternatively Please phone 02 4872 4222 for more advice on which kit best suits your needs.
Over bar / Sub Mount or Sub mount Rubber Kits are generally in stock for current models and can be ordered weekly for old models also. We have a huge range and our crew at Dirtbike have built bikes which have won Finke 4 times outright / Australian Safari 7 times outright / Condo 750 9 Times outright. So we have used Steering dampers and can advise pro and cons of each mounting style.
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