well iam getting a damper for my 02 954 (i know should have got a long time ago) i have used the rotory style in the past but was thinking about the ohins, hyperpro or sprint, any reviews would be welcome.
I have rotary on my 929 & 954. Scotts is the best, but GBR would place 2nd ahead of others. I have had a number of factory (bikes in the 80s) of where the others failed to even aftermarket ones till the Scotts appeared then the GBR.
I thought long and hard about which damper to get on my bike. I ended up with an Ohlins becuase 1) I personally like the piston style better, 2) The ohlins piston style has a separate reservoir for the oil to move through and 3) Ohlins quality is second to none.
Well that worries me abit. I'm conserned how all this data is going to be used. Of course many others will argue against the existance of the system itself.
Luckily for some of us, the expance of putting something like that in the states will keep it from happening for quiet some time.
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Full face helmets provide the best protection. And with the right paint scheme, the look sharp too.
However it depends on what kind of bike he's planning to get. If he's getting a sport bike, then the full face will look okay. If he's getting a cruiser, the full face looks a bit out of place...
can anybody identify this bike from this picture? this was not in the United States I believe, idk if that helps.
I'm looking to buy me a bike, and I really like how everything is setup n I would like to see the rest lol. aside from growing up racing Motocross I've only owned an R1...
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