1+ or do some suspension work. I'd opt for suspension and brakes before a PC unless you have aftermarket cans and have issues.MrVvrroomm said:There is absolutely no reason you'd ever need a steering damper on an FZ6. It's frame geometry, wheelbase, general bike setup is not condusive to tank slappers.
Go for the Power Commander, forget about the damper.
Ah... and this is where it all begins...gtfazer6 said:alright, i was talking to a GSXR1000 guy and he told me to get a damper first, but now more people have said suspension. What brands do you recommend? I don't have a lot of money to spend. thanks
Ok, here is what your list of priorities should be: Good gear, helmet, quality riding jacket, pants, boots, gloves, etc. Then take the money you would have spent on the exhaust and do a couple of track sessions. You don't need to have the latest/greatest, most exotic sport machine out there to do a track day. It's about learning, and then honing your newly learned skills.gtfazer6 said:alright, i was talking to a GSXR1000 guy and he told me to get a damper first, but now more people have said suspension. What brands do you recommend? I don't have a lot of money to spend. thanks
i've done the mod. it makes the bike what it should have been from the factory (stopping, steering, etc). if you can pick up the parts for a decent price, i wouldn't hesitate.gtfazer6 said:I put on a pair of Motivation sliders. has anyone actually done the R6 suspension mod. does it really make that much of a difference?