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post #11 of 13 Old 11-23-15, 22:25 Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by Zaph View Post
I did the bolt-on bar method. Here's my write-up thread.

Note that the steering stop on the 13+ is near unbreakable. Big design improvement.

I had been waiting for the SES design that allows use of stock steering damper. But I have a 13 now and I don't need it anymore. The steering is so steep on these bikes there's no way I'd run it without a damper, so that original design is no good to me.

Wow didn't come across your thread when searching, looks great! Seems like the perfect design to me.

Did you reuse bolts for the air mount holes or did you need new ones? And so your stopper replacement is just a shear bolt screwed in, that should shear off in a knock? Clever. That or a nice piece of delrin, or gromet type cover for the stock stop would surely work well.
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T3 Racing also make a fix for it which I'm using on my bike. currently $91.00au

2006 Race/Track Bike: Nitron Race Pro Shock and Nitron Fork Valves, Race Tech Fork Springs, Flux Mk2 Linkage plates, GPR V4 Steering Damper, Attack Performance Triple Clamps & Rear Sets, R6 Mono Block Calipers, Brembo RCS19 Master Cylinder, Annitori QS Pro Quick Shifter, No Cat, No Exup Valve, Leo Vince Slip On, No Intake Flapper, SF Filter, Complete GB Crash Protection kit, all unnecessary crap removed.
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Okay, I still don't have a solution for my steering stop.

Unfortunately, I live in a tiny apartment and just don't have the means to make something seemingly so simple.

If anyone could whip up a stop protector like whats posted above, I'd be happy to pay you?
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