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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-05-2019, 12:52 PM Thread Starter
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2019 Raptor 700 Steering Stabilizer?

What is everyone's opinions on steering stabilizers? I took my brand new raptor out on the trails yesterday and have started a mods list to make her a little more comfy for me.

Currently on my list for trail mods is
*Nerf Bars
*Flexbars
* Handlebar risers
*and possibly steering stabilizer if it is worth it

Anyone have experience with them and are they worth it if I will be mainly using my quad for trails

Thanks in advance!
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-05-2019, 12:55 PM
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I have a Precision stabilizer and would not ride without it. It is expensive though.
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I second that thought for trails, I run the fastway unit, again pricy. Look for CPP stabilizer on eBay, its budget friendly and works.
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[U]2006 raptor 700

DMC Force 4's, FCI W/box, Dynatek Fusion
CP 11:1 piston, BaMotorsports porting, HC3
RacersEdge +3TB
YFZ 450 fronts & reworked rear by JOGACA
Trailtech 1 1/8 xbar w/vapor dash & Vapor installed
ODI Rogue grips & ASV pro pack levers
PRM Edge Baja bumper w/12" Cree spot/flood bar
PRM Desert grab bar
PRM A-Arm skids, GYTR skid, ProArmor swinger skid
Fastway steering stabilizer
68HP 49TQ

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Found it... I had the wording wrong, it's ccp.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Yamaha-Rapt...4AAOSwv7pb3Gbc
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[U]2006 raptor 700

DMC Force 4's, FCI W/box, Dynatek Fusion
CP 11:1 piston, BaMotorsports porting, HC3
RacersEdge +3TB
YFZ 450 fronts & reworked rear by JOGACA
Trailtech 1 1/8 xbar w/vapor dash & Vapor installed
ODI Rogue grips & ASV pro pack levers
PRM Edge Baja bumper w/12" Cree spot/flood bar
PRM Desert grab bar
PRM A-Arm skids, GYTR skid, ProArmor swinger skid
Fastway steering stabilizer
68HP 49TQ

PM me if you need service manuals
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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-05-2019, 01:17 PM Thread Starter
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Do you think that the CCP is the best option if I was looking for something budget friendly but good quality?

I looked up the precision stabilizer and holy moly! you are right, they are pricy but all the reviews are amazing for it.
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I would, and have, run the CCP before a stick. You can rebuild a CCP if it fails, which I have as well. They are good units, actually wish I would have kept mine for my wife's bike. Sold that before I bought her a bike.
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[U]2006 raptor 700

DMC Force 4's, FCI W/box, Dynatek Fusion
CP 11:1 piston, BaMotorsports porting, HC3
RacersEdge +3TB
YFZ 450 fronts & reworked rear by JOGACA
Trailtech 1 1/8 xbar w/vapor dash & Vapor installed
ODI Rogue grips & ASV pro pack levers
PRM Edge Baja bumper w/12" Cree spot/flood bar
PRM Desert grab bar
PRM A-Arm skids, GYTR skid, ProArmor swinger skid
Fastway steering stabilizer
68HP 49TQ

PM me if you need service manuals
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