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The only stabilizer on the market that gives riders the freedom of five easy-to-adjust circuits. These five 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.
4) CORNERING ANGLE: Controls the angle of the transition between the center damping stage and the cornering damping stage. Four positions are available on both the left and right sides.
5) CORNERING DAMPING LEVEL: Allows reduction of the resistance level for the cornering stage, giving the rider full control over how the vehicle responds when turning.
Leaked right out of the box. Going to return it and hope for the best on the second go round. The installation was a snap and the under bar mounting looks great but need it to dampen not look good. May need to go back to the Scotts. 12 WR450f
Will this work on my stock 2012 ktm 450 xcw and what else will i need for parts , and which is better for mounts ... over or under ?
2 years agoLocation: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, this stabilizer would work for your 2012 KTM 450XCW. I would recommend looking into getting it in the kit with the bar mounts and everything. As far as which bar mount would be better that is really a matter of personal preference. With the over the bar kit the stabilizer will sit directly on top of your bars. The over the bar offers easy access but will more than likely not allow the use of a bar pad. The under the bar kit keeps the stabilizer down and out of the way of everything on the bike but will also raise the bar up a bit. A lot of riders prefer the under the bar kit so that they can run a bar pad on their bars. The Kits would come with everything you would need to install the stabilizer on your bike.