You might be surprised how effective a damper will be for your street riding. I rode my bike for the first couple months or so without my scotts mounted. About 800 miles or so. I felt much more confident with the damper, knowing it's doing it's job even when I don't know it is. I tried different positions and ended up with middle setting. I've had the very beginings of a tank slapper before, so I know what it feels like. The last one I felt started as a result of me passing another vehicle on a mild turn and the reflector dots tried to get the bikes head shaking a little. The scotts must have tamed it, I wonder how much worse it would have gotten without the damper. Cause that was a rookie mistake on my part, as I think I probably gave the right input to start that shake in the first place.
Scotts also can interchange between other street bikes and your dirtbike too, all you have to do is buy a new mounting bracket to fit your other bike for about $100, and swap the unit over.
Also Scotts doesn't need it's own custom fairing stay. That was big for me. It fits just perfectly with your own stock fairing stay bracket.
Screw the color, go gold buddy!