675 Steering Damper Yay Or Ney

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  1. RCStreet

    RCStreet Well-Known Member

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    Do any of you have one on your Street Triple 675r? I have read that it's not really needed or is it? I do a lot of sport street riding and go to the track several times a year.

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  2. tcbandituk

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    Not needed for road riding but definitely a good idea for the track.
     
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  3. Gladtobebackontwowheels

    Gladtobebackontwowheels Senior Member
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    If you do a lot of "sport street" riding, (which sounds very naughty), and you've been to the track several times then surely you'd know whether one was required no? Does it ever shake it's head? Feel like it's going into a tank-slapper?
     
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  4. RCStreet

    RCStreet Well-Known Member

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    Just got the bike. So I have not been to the track yet. I have a track day scheduled for 2 days this month. I have only been out a couple times for "sport" street riding and so far no head shake and I did the sag setup this past week due to the front was stiff and rear was soft. Guess I can track it and see if I need it or not. Don't have one on my older 88 hawk gt that goes to the track as well.
     
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