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Yea I know! But im pretty sure somewhere in the fine print is says that for $500 bone’s the “Active” damper will actually “drive the bike by its self” and “make the ninja handle and be faster than Rossi chasing Stoner after Stoner told him he was still 5th in points…and looks like Mickey Mouse…and is short”. ANYWAYS sorry for mah lil rant its just really, really costly (adding in extra to get it to Ontario) like I said this is one for my wish list and not exactly at the top either. You could shoot them an email see if the mounting kit would work for other products. (However that itself is $220)


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I guess I don't understand the need, on a bike that barely reaches 100mph. What would be the advantage, over a properly set-up tire and front suspension ?
 

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Look here Mr. Resident Old Guy... I think anything that will help with steering is a good thing. whether it be a setup suspension and tires, which would cost a good bit more than the stabilizer, or just the stabilizer...It's also something nice for others to look at and such...
 

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Honestly, nothing lol I agree with you. This is would be more of an esthetic part for myself. (Hence not at the top of my list of must-haves) $500 clams ain’t bad in my book, if it even makes one person double-take my bike or question if it’s a 250 or just any interest. Plus I get the satisfaction of having my lil ninja that much more different than any of yours which is worth every penny for any mod, if you can in vision it you can build it & IT LOOKS SO KICK ASS.
Again, agree 100% just my option
 

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Navy, taking thoughts right outa mah head. Throwing this one with brake & clutch levers, brake fluid caps, Corbin seat, rim stripes etc, etc, all the good bells and whistles. Bigger tires are a must, I like the 150/120 gonna look sweeet!
 

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2 cars in front of me slammed on their brakes while I wa turned looking to the side and when I looked forward the jeep in front of me was swerving and slamming on his brakes. I was already in the motion of moving to the next lane and I grabbed front brake too hard, locked it and it twisted, I went down to the ground.

I have a Sportisi full race exhaust, k&n air filter(hoping they removed the snorkel in the air box too), Sportisi Jet kit, Hot Bodies undertail kit, painted windscreen, rear seat cowl. I think that's it.

Gonna do Shogun frame sliders, double bubble tinted windsreen, Sportisi BRT TIS, possibly lowering the bike a couple inches, red wheel tape. This is all for the next year and over the winter, I'm hoping anyway. Just bought a house so money goes else where right now. lol
 

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FAHHHHHHHHH dude stories like that keep me up at night, NIGHTMARE glad to see you and the ninja are all good. SICK MODS. Congrats on the house but good luck with winter saving and part gathering I’m planning on doing the same. Save a ton, stock pile parts and then a good build during spring.
 

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YEah it sucked. I've never been in an accident my entire life until I moved to this town and now I've been in 2 in the last 6 months... says something about this place...

Thank you. Yeah, saving for parts and doing stuff to the house is gonna eb a bit tough, but it'll happen.
 

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Kurt is right... No need for a steering stabilizer on a 250, it doesn't go fast enough... And Scott's is the best there is.... We'll, I'm sure somebody make an unobtonium plated stabilizer which used crushed diamonds as dampening fluid that would be more expensive, but hey...
 
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