I contacted RTT to see if they had any steering stabalizers for the bikes and they contacted me and let me know that he has about 20 of the complete units and wanted to move them.
He knocked a hundred bucks of for $499 and said he had them in red and grey. I ordered one and am awaiting the order. I'll post a review and let you know how it works out.
PM me and I will send you his info.
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Re: rtt stablizer for my bike
Stabilizers are the number two upgrade in my book. Right behind having the suspension correct for your weight and riding style. After racing for years without one and then trying a stabilizer one time... I was hooked. I can't even hardly ride a bike without one now.
Is it a top bar mount below the bar mount or fender mount fit? Is it a weld on or bolt on clamp for the pin?
RTT is a very nice product. But $499 does not seem like that great of a deal though? My last GPR under the bar setup for my KTM was $400 out the door.,,
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If it's fuel injected it may have an idle air control valve or sometimes called an auxillary air valve, this is used to automaticly control the idle by giving more air to the engine to stabalize the idle speed under all or no loads.
i agree with you. i had the same thing happen to me varnish on float caused it to stick in the down position when i turned the gas on it would flood out i had to change my oil to. did you stablize it if not get the carb. cleaned and make sure you fog the cylinders and add fuel stablizer to gas dont run it empty and think its good enough its not.
If your in the US. try this website buykawasaki select motorcycles, then owner info, then parts diagrams.Tpe in your engine or chassis no & away you go.
Otherwise contact your local kwaka dealer,quote your engine or chassis no & they should be able to identify it for you.
You didn't say what type of bike or model. Is it an MX bike,a trail bike,a road bike. If its a road bike it should say model & year on the compliance plate. It's on the steering stem,on the frame between the forks.
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Regards Andrew Porrelli
your bast bet is to contact a main dealer they will want reg,vin and engine number to order you a new key dont disconect the ignition because if there is a moblizer on it you will need to reprogramme the brain will work out exspensive, contact main dealer first
If your steering head is tight, with no play, like I'm willing to bet it is then look at the front tire. The tread blocks should be smooth to the touch. Turning a bike puts a lateral wear on the tires and makes the tread blocks wear with uneven hieghts. Even the slightest uneven wear willl cause a head shake when the road and speed provide the right conditions.