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We have one Precision Pro Stabilizer in stock until our next shipment arrives. The Precision Pro is simply the best stabilizer money can buy, and it's the only stabilizer that will not fade in extreme conditions. 8 out of 10 pro riders continue to use the Precision for a perfectly good reason. ;)

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We have one Precision Pro Stabilizer in stock until our next shipment arrives. The Precision Pro is simply the best stabilizer money can buy, and it's the only stabilizer that will not fade in extreme conditions. 8 out of 10 pro riders continue to use the Precision for a perfectly good reason. ;)

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Was skeptical about spending the money on the Precision PRO, however, I won't ride any other way now!8)
 

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Was skeptical about spending the money on the Precision PRO, however, I won't ride any other way now!8)
I remember being skeptical back in 2005 with my normal Precision, but after running one for years without blowing a seal or rebuilding it I became a huge supporter.
 

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Why has the Precision stabilizer become the industry standard?
Before the Precision came on the scene many riders used stick dampers. The problems with the stick dampers are:
1) Poor geometry, and inconsistent shaft travel per degree of rotation
2) You push the damper in one direction and pull in the other
3) Lack of performance, a stick damper can only take a small fraction of the pressure that a precision can absorb
4) Though cheaper, a stick damper has a very short life expectancy; the average rider goes through several stick dampers in the time he would have only used one Precision. After years of use the Precision still has value, while the several blown up stick dampers have none.


The Precision compared to other Rotary dampers:
1) The Precision is the only dual vein damper; the other dampers have just a single vein. This gives the Precision far better performance and the ability to absorb impacts. The Precision is machined from one chunk of heat treated stainless steel and is not held together by unreliable pins.
2) The Precision damper has extra thick hard anodize components while other dampers on the market have standard anodize, which is 1/20 the thickness. This means cleaner oil and a longer life. The standard anodize will wear through and start to contaminate the oil in less than six months; one company released a rotary damper that does not have any anodize at all which this will contaminate the oil in just hours causing excessive internal wear which results in a short life.
3) The Precision damper is the only damper that is fully and separately adjustable for going straight and turning were you can run the damping for going straight firmer or softer then for turning. With the Precision damper you not only control the steering you also control the back end slide of the quad, both in the way it slides and in the way it returns to center.
4) The Precision damper was the first damper to be designed and made for ATVs, and is made by a company that will be around to provide parts and service to its customers for a very long time.

While other dampers on the market appear to be a be a cheap at first; the best bargain in our opinion is the Precision.
 
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