Hot Product: GPR V4 Sport Stabilizer

NEWS January 4, 2012

Hot Product: GPR V4 Sport Stabilizer

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The following is a product placement article written by GPR, a proud contingency sponsor of AMA Pro Road Racing

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The GPR V4 is specifically made for sport / road racing bikes. We've taken our proven fluid control technology and squeezed, trimmed, and lightened this model up to be exactly what the racers want. Smaller, lighter, faster.

A large dial with a definite "no-slip" grip that locks into place with a positive "click" at 20 settings. Approximately 30% lighter than the GPR original Version 1. Available now in Black / Red and multiple color combinations. Developed extensively in the World Superbike paddock and the AMA Pro Road Racing paddock with incredible results. Shorter fluid ports, new valving, quicker reacting to high speeds.

Used by muti- time "Isle of man TT" winner John Guinness, Ireland's Ryan Farquhar, BSB Team Padgetts Honda, and BSB Team Hawk Kawasaki. Australian Superbike Championship wining Joe Rocket Honda with Adam Ferguson and Josh Brooks. In the AMA Pro paddock you'll find the new GPR V4 on the Corona Honda, Hooters Suzuki, Grant Matsushima's MPT Suzuki, and dozens of privateers. The list keeps growing every season for a reason... It works! It does what a steering damper is supposed to do.

The GPRV4 dampers available to the public is the same championship wining steering damper that our race teams use. Bolt on applications only too. No holes to drill into your top clamp and no holes to drill into your frame. Light-weight mounting brackets and all in house prototyping insure a proper fit to your bike. This is the steering damper you want on your sport bike.




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