When it comes to the 2006-2012 steering stop Triumph seems to have overlooked their design slightly. Many of us have suffered from a broken steering stop after crashing, ultimately leading to a salvaged title. This stop may be used as a protector for the stock design or as a full replacement. To prevent the stock steering stop from breaking, this design stops the triple tree prior to contacting the cast frame but only limits steering by ~1 degree. All hardware is stainless and the stop has been anodized to keep it looking good for years to come.
The stop is offered with both aluminum and Delrin frame plates. It is recommended that the aluminum be used for stock applications and the Delrin or aluminum be used for track applications; the Delrin design allows 2mm of plastic deformation before the bolted hardware goes into pure shear, reducing the impulse loading at contact.
At this time the stop does not support the stock steering damper, but a separate piece is being designed to replace the stock mount structure.
PM Munch or myself for pricing details.