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Precision Racing Shock & Vibe Mounts

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So I found these handle bar mounts and was wondering if anyone has tried them before and how you like them?

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I've watched all the videos and they have me convinced! I'm all about comfort and these look like they will help. Just have to pony up to the $230 from Rocky Mountain.

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Ive ridden on a quad with a precision damper and anti vibe mounts and it was top notch. A lil pricey though it seems Precision is a good company.

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Well I just ordered up the mounts. I'll post a full write up after I get them installed. :biggrin:

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Please do im at a toss up between the rox anti vibes and precision. I am ordering a fasst flexx bar too. Ive never ridden with just the mounts. Only mounts and damper. I wanna see what u think first

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The Fast Flexx bars will not work with the precision set up. The clamps have to slide onto the bar and the Flexx Bars won't allow you to do that. I read a few reviews and it looks like quite a few people have switched from the Flex bars to the Precision. They said they didn't like the way the shape/curve of the bars is always changing. The tracking already says I'll have them tomorrow, so I will try to get them installed this weekend and let you know!

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Thanks for the info im gunna recheck my combos now

Does precision have a flex type bar?

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The only things they make are the clamps and a steering stabilizer. You might be able to combine the clamps with some kind of a anti-vibe stem if you want to spend the money, but you shouldn't need both the clamps and bars. I'm thinking it might be too much flex over bumps.

Here is their website. Precision Racing Products ATV Steering Stabilizer damper

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Yeah whats the latest? Im going the flexx bar with rox risers and precision damper route instead. With the flexx bars you can control how much they flex too with the different rubber bushings

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Yeah whats the latest? Im going the flexx bar with rox risers and precision damper route instead. With the flexx bars you can control how much they flex too with the different rubber bushings

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precision damper are pricey !!!

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I know but that seems to be their only downfall. The dampers with the actual shock / piston always get bad reviews but are half the price. At this point with a renewed contract, things are getting busy so id rather set it and forget it.

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I know but that seems to be their only downfall. The dampers with the actual shock / piston always get bad reviews but are half the price. At this point with a renewed contract, things are getting busy so id rather set it and forget it.

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Mario , Here the one i use its a CCP stabilizer :yes:Had it 4 years with no problems :yes:We ride alot Runs about $200 some of my racing buddys also us them !!

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I would love to add a stabilizer too, but I'm moving into a new house this week. I have way to many other bills right now lol. I got the mounts and they look and feel very high quality. The kit I have is supposed to include an adapter plate for Polaris models, but it was missing. The mounts all have the single stud style mounting and the factory Polaris stems use a 4 bolt style clamp. The adapter is supposed to make the mounts fit and spread them apart for a little better stability. So I have a call into them and hoping to hear back today.

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Mario , Here the one i use its a CCP stabilizer :yes:Had it 4 years with no problems :yes:We ride alot Runs about $200 some of my racing buddys also us them !!

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I won`t ride without one !!!!:yes:

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Mario , Here the one i use its a CCP stabilizer :yes:Had it 4 years with no problems :yes:We ride alot:yes: Runs about $200 some of my racing buddys also us them !!

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I won`t ride without one !!!!:yes:

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Is the ccp set up like the precision one? If so im sold. Four years and np sounds good to me :-D

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Is the ccp set up like the precision one? If so im sold. Four years and np sounds good to me :-D

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I`m not sure how the precision works but i`m sold on CCP If you trail ride this is a must !!

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I`m not sure how the precision works but i`m sold on CCP If you trail ride this is a must !!

I can send you the link if you want to check it out !!

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i guess these just work for the 2x4's ... anything for 4x4's?

No I don`t see anything listed for a 4x4 :no:

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No I don`t see anything listed for a 4x4 :no:

too bad ... do they really take alot of clatter/shake etc out?

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I can send you the link if you want to check it out !!

Yes please do. I hope they make one for a 400ex

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too bad ... do they really take alot of clatter/shake etc out?

Sport quads don`t really clatter or shake but when you hit a root or rocks they absorbe the hit like power steering your arms don`t get tired

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