It's just for ride days...bryceow said:Whats the advantage of having a damper ?
From experience, yes. The cyclecat sliders took the hit. My damper was untouched.Ita said:Rusty.... Would your frame sliders protect the damper if the bike went down on it's side??? If I keep my bike, it will become a track day bitch and I want to make it crash damage resistant.
Gedday mate....Spidey said:From experience, yes. The cyclecat sliders took the hit. My damper was untouched.
I'm ony 5 minutes from Melbourne Ducati. I'll poke my nose in and see if there's a bargin to be had!!! [thumbsup]G said:FYI: Angelo at Zagame's took delivery of a side mount Ohlin's Steering dampener last week. He asked me if I'd ordered it. But, probably not, as I wanted one for above or below the triple clamps.
It depends on the quality of workmanship. The speedymotos and cyclecats are both billet nylon, and use a replacement engine stud to mount, which seems to be the only effective way to mount 'em. I'd go with the decent ones...they're still cheap compared to a tank repair or replacement.Ita said:Gedday mate....
Well the Cyclecat jobbies sound tough enough!!!!
I guess that's my next question!! If I find some cheaper "no name" variety, will they just snap off and be useless?? Do you only get what you pay for??