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Custom triple clamps interest...

Hey guys I have been in discussions with Attack Racing on a set of adjustable triple clamps. But unfortunately they are no longer available on their website, until now. I received an email from Gil at Attack and he said they would do a run of their triple clamps but a minimum of 5 sets need to be ordered, with a 50% deposit and the rest upon completion.

I don't know how much interest there is but I for one would love a set of these...



I'm pretty serious about these and I'm hoping there are 4 more like individuals here that would like a set. 1,045.00 in Sliver 1,120.00 in Black.

These are adjustable guys I don't have the parameters yet...to put it in perspective guys Gilles adjustables are about $1400 the Attacks are made in the USA too.




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Meh... you will never change the rake... not on street.

I like my one off customs... so I will pass.

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I have wanted a set for years but the only thing that has held me back is the lack of Scott Stabilizer adapter.

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I have wanted a set for years but the only thing that has held me back is the lack of Scott Stabilizer adapter.
Glad we sorted out the titanium bolt issue....lol

Run a different damper? 916 style like the Harris mount I'm running? The whole mount kit is still readily available less the Ohlins damper which is easy to source.

I was throwing this opportunity out there but there are a few other alternatives I sourced out a set that are fixed stock spec billet and another set that I can have machined to rake and trail figures that I want but not adjustable after they are milled.

Not really sure what I want to do so I thought I'd ask the folks here if there was any interest.



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I just sent Scotts Performance Products an email and they responded with

We do have a mount to work with the attack triple clamp in the 0,1,2,3 or 4mm offset. Please call us and we can help you with this. It is not listed on our website.

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Although I do love the adjustable options of the Attack, and nearly had a sweet older setup from Attack awhile ago.... I must admit it is tempting.
I would still go with the Black anodized Style & Performance Setup if I had not gotten the custom setup I now have.
Thanks again to Nobody and Cam_Ron for that...

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Is the quote for the new attack with eccentrics ? As I said this is a soft spot.... lol.

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Those are fucking works of art. I've always liked their stuff.




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Looks nice, but as I see no need or desire to change rake for the street either and have just had a 7075 stem made & fitted new bearings, etc. I don't need to do any more there.
So I'm gonna pass on this opportunity.

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FWIW, Harris in UK makes some very nice products, you can get a complete yoke with steeringstem, adjustable, for 865US
http://www.harris-performance.com/ac...CNC-Yokes.html
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