Join Date: Mar 2013
Location: In the twisties around Hendersonville, NC
And you did not get this with your friends 675r on the same track, in the same corner? Same tires? Obviously a different bike and set up.
Consider that a steering damper is just a horizontal shock absorber. It damps rapid, relatively large movements. When you consider what you are feeling at that point, do you think a damper would change anything?
Have you talked to Moss about this and did he recommend a damper? I'm not arguing, just curious.
Also, are you adding unneeded inputs? I've done that and still do it occasionally when I get tired or lazy and don't secure myself on the bike well for the corner.
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