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I have never heard of seen anything like this. It seems like if this was an important product they would be in use at the racing scene. I can't recall ever seeing one on the race bikes. What do you know about this product?
 

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SilverBuzz said:
I have never heard of seen anything like this. It seems like if this was an important product they would be in use at the racing scene. I can't recall ever seeing one on the race bikes. What do you know about this product?
Well, I've only been around bikes for about 5 years but I'm pretty sure they are a useful and viable product. If you think about what they are designed to do, it makes sense. Google "fork brace" and see what you find.
 

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They are pretty common on the Sportster forums- they help minimize front end flexing/twisting in the twisties and provide more feedback to the rider.
I have not seen any installed on non-cruisers. When incorrectly installed they can cause fork binding and front end noises. I don't have one on my sportster and am not interested in spending the money on one for the fz.
 

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Kenfz6 said:
They are pretty common on the Sportster forums- they help minimize front end flexing/twisting in the twisties and provide more feedback to the rider.
I have not seen any installed on non-cruisers. When incorrectly installed they can cause fork binding and front end noises. I don't have one on my sportster and am not interested in spending the money on one for the fz.
So I'll put you in the "NO" column? :lol
 
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