After you put one on you really don't notice a difference if its instaled right. BUT after you ride it for a while and you ride one without a stabilizer you hate the one without and you will get serious arm pump. they are well worth the money.
they stop tthe side to side motion through bumps alot, so if you do get one you won't have your hands get bumped off the handlebar, but someone said it stiffens the turning alittle, but is not greatly noticed. They are a good invest ment, but i think Dirtwheels said the Suzuki has too light steering so people would buy a stabilizer right when they get there quad, the stock turning is perfect for racing, if it is too light then my YFZ is worse.
The dual-stabilizers are great on the YFZ's...really one unit with two mounts each way. They really do work awesome.
My machine has a denton steering stabilizer on it, definite improvement over stock...after riding a precision stabilizer though, when some extra cash comes I will DEFINITELY be switching over. They're simply amazing...I know Cernics sells them, take a peek
I love how the stabilizer is in the turns...the bars don't kick out of your hands as much, and it seems like if you land front tires first on a jump it keeps them from ripping out of whack. It was worth the 140 bucks for it IMO.
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