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  • Precision

    Votes: 4 57.1%
  • Elka

    Votes: 1 14.3%
  • Gpr

    Votes: 2 28.6%
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I am going to replace my CCP with a better stabilizer. I know Precision has a good reputation, haven't heard much on the GPR or ELKA. I am going to do a poll, to see what the opinion is on here. Any comments, experience with the above choices would be greatly appreciated.
 

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GPR with remote adjustment, have heard really good things about it. The precision is supposed to be awesome as well. I would say you cant go wrong with either.
 

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I can tell you from experience, the remote GPR is awsome. I used to have the bar mount version and got used to adjusting on the fly pretty often. The remote is even better, you never have to take your hands off the bars. People that tell you that they dont adjust often say so because they have to stop and get off there quad to do so. Also, I think Alba Racing was selling the remote GPR for $495. Same price as other quality stabilizers.
 

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I have an Elka System 5 dampner and couldn't be happier. Most are going to pick the one they have, what their buddy has or what they read and I'm no different. Any of the ones you've polled will work far superior to the stick style you'll never wanna go back. I do like the idea of the remote adjustability on the GPR.
I really like the ability to adjust the "return to center" dampning. The Elka will take the hit or bump and dampen out the impact, then return to center will NO resistance.
It's Hi/lo adjustibilty removes that heavy feel found on other dampers. I can't even tell there's a dampner, it's totally working behind the scenes to keep me riding straight and hard w/o wrist/arm fatique. Combined with my Flexx bars and Rox anti-vibe risers it's like floating along on my anti-gravity machine.
 

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I have an Elka System 5 dampner and couldn't be happier. Most are going to pick the one they have, what their buddy has or what they read and I'm no different. Any of the ones you've polled will work far superior to the stick style you'll never wanna go back. I do like the idea of the remote adjustability on the GPR.
I really like the ability to adjust the "return to center" dampning. The Elka will take the hit or bump and dampen out the impact, then return to center will NO resistance.
It's Hi/lo adjustibilty removes that heavy feel found on other dampers. I can't even tell there's a dampner, it's totally working behind the scenes to keep me riding straight and hard w/o wrist/arm fatique. Combined with my Flexx bars and Rox anti-vibe risers it's like floating along on my anti-gravity machine.
the return to center sounds like a plus, have to read up a bit more on that,thanks
 
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