Fastway System 3 Steering Stabilizer

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Fastway System 3 Steering Stabilizer
Fastway System 3 Steering Stabilizer
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System 3 Stabilizer:

Gives riders the freedom of three easy-to-adjust circuits. These three adjustments allow you to fine-tune the steering on your bike or quad to fit your riding style or terrain. The Low and High speed circuits are at your fingertips and adjustable on-the-fly. Fastway stabilizers reduce impact over choppy terrain, control high-speed head shake, and reduce arm pump and rider fatigue.

  • 1)LOW SPEED Adjustment on the FLY: Controls the resistance level when turning the handlebars at low speeds - such as when cornering or making corrections when going straight.
  • 2)HIGH SPEED Adjustment on the FLY: Controls the dampers response to high-speed impacts such as roots, rocks, ruts and hard hits. Lowers the force of hard impacts that are transmitted to the rider, and helps reduce rider fatigue.
  • 3)RETURN TO CENTER: Controls the resistance level of the handlebar when returning to the center position from either side - resulting in more control over the vehicle's ability to hold its line.
  • Note: Requires bike specific mounting hardware.
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Must have for Offroad racing

I purchased this damper and the over bar mount kit for my 2012 KTM 350 XCF. If you have never ran a damper before, it makes a huge difference. The bike is much more stable at speed, wears you out less, and does not deflect when hitting rocks and roots. It allows the suspension to soak up the hits instead of the bars trying to turn and wearing your arms out. Performance is just as good if not better than the scotts/ohlins damper, and customer service is top notch. Do not hesitate to purchase! I now have one on every offroad bike I own.

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nautiseaman
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formodo 2 years 7 months ago Location: Norway
Do you have a mounting kit for this to fit a 2013 Husaberg TE300? Preferably overbar mount.?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
After speaking with Pro Moto Billet/ Fastway, they dont have a kit specific to the Husaberg. With that being said and the bike being basically the same bike as the 2013 KTM300 XC-W, they said that kit should work just fine based on their research. If any issues do arise with fitment they are more than willing to work with you to find a solution. When ordering this for your 2013 Husbaerg TE300, profile the bike as a 2013 KTM 300 XC-W.
matt 2 years 9 months ago Location: pa
Does this come with everything i need to mount it to my ktm 125 sx 2001?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 8 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
No, this stabilizer does not include the mounting hardware. It must be purchased separately. I went ahead and took a look to see if they offered mounting kits for your 2001 KTM 125SX and unfortunately I did not see a listing for your bike. If you call Fastway directly they may be able to help you out though.
yz426f 2 years 9 months ago Location: Louisiana, USA
Do i have to buy an over the bar mount for this?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 9 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
Unfortunately Fastway does not have an application for your 2001 YZ426F in either over the bar or under the bar. I took a look at other options and it doesn't look we offer any stabilizers for your model. Please give us a call for this application and we will help you out as best we can.
nautiseaman 2 years 11 months ago
Scott's top clamp fitment?
I have a Scott's top mount clamp setup on my '00 KX250. All i need is the stabilizer and post and i read that Fastway uses Scott's mounting pattern. Will this fit my application?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotosportStaff
Please see the information below. Fastway was able to directly respond to your question:

"Our stabilizer will definitely mount to a Scotts Over-bar set. Our bolt pattern is the same, though one small thing to note is that Scott's mount is specifically designed so that the turning axis of the stabilizer is positioned directly over the steering axis of the bike. Our stabilizer has a turning axis in a slightly different spot, so you may notice the transfer arm (the metal piece beneath the damper that attaches to the post) will be sliding back and forth a bit on the post's pin. You can get around this small issue by grabbing one of the Fastway Stabilizer mounts. Our above-bar mounts feature an adjustable sliding plate so your stabilizer can be perfectly centered, not to mention they can also mount Scotts stabilizers and most GPR models as well.

Unfortunately though I do not make a post kit for the 00' KX250. Commonly with steel-framed bikes a weld-on post is strongly recommended, the circular head tube on a steel frame bike does not make for a good mounting point for a clamp-style post. At this time Fastway does not offer a weld-on steel post, though one can be acquired from Scotts if you choose to go that route.

And one last detail, while our stabilizer can sometimes be made to mount on some of our competitor's mounts, there are still differences in how kits come together. We use a variety of transfer arms which are dependent on the design of our frame clamps, so our transfer arms are packaged in with our frame clamps. If you do intend on using our stabilizer the transfer arm will need to be special ordered."

-Customer Service, Fastway Performance
Mike2008 2 years 11 months ago
FITMENT?
Good Afternoon, Please advise on the correct kit I need for my machine. It has stock triple trees, and handlebars. I did instal roxy risers My machine: 2008 Honda xr650l
MotoSport Staff
2 years 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotosportStaff
You will need to select a complete kit in order to mount to your bike, unless you already have a stabilizer installed and are replacing it. There are a few different options on how to mount, so I've included both as some kits to take a look at.
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