GPR V4 Steering Damper Kit
$575.00, save $57.50
- Brand GPR
The GPR V4 Stabilizer is an excellent safety and performance-enhancing addition to your bike. The large "no-slip" dial provides precise damper calibration, even while on the go.
The GPR V4 Steering Stabilizer has been engineered for today s high performance sport and road racing motorcycles. The GPR team has taken their race-proven Fluid Control Technology and squeezed, lightened and trimmed down the V4 to be exactly riders want; a smaller, lighter, more capable damper with a large no-slip dial for adjustability, even while riding with gloves on!
Developed extensively in the World Superbike and AMA Roadracing series, these Stabilizers are no different than the GPR V4 Stabilizers that pro racers use. Legendary teams and riders using the V4 include "Isle of man TT" multi-championship winner John McGuinness, Ireland's Ryan Farquhar, BSB Padgetts Honda, BSB Hawk Kawasaki, Joe Rocket Honda with Adam Ferguson and Josh Brooks, Corona Honda, Hooters Suzuki, and Grant Matsushima's MPT Suzuki and more, the list grows every season!
Steering Stabilizers aren t just for racers. Any rider looking to greatly increase riding safety and improve steering performance should consider the GPR V4. This is bolt-on addition to your bike will be an investment in your riding and safety, at any speed.
Note: Includes all necessary hardware and brackets to mount to your exact model
Note: Images are for reference, and may vary slightly to fit your exact model
Make/Model/YearMV Agusta / F3 675 / 2013, MV Agusta / F3 800 / 2018, MV Agusta / F3 800 / 2017, MV Agusta / F3 800 / 2016, MV Agusta / F3 800 / 2015, MV Agusta / F3 800 / 2014, MV Agusta / F3 800 / 2013, MV Agusta / F3 675 / 2015, MV Agusta / F3 675 / 2014, MV Agusta / F3 800 / 2019
ProductSteering Damper & Stabilizers
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Aug 11, 2020, 22:53
So I don't get these kind of steering stabilizers.... how hard are they to install? Compared to ohlins.. how do they stack up? Thanks!Aug 12, 2020, 11:45
Rotary vs Linear.
Both do their job very well.
This really comes down to personal preference.
The rotary is lower profile in terms of smaller footprint, and is less susceptible in the event of a spill.
Both could technically be adjusted on the fly if so desired, but the rotary is a little easier.
The linear is what a lot of factory bikes use.