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Hi all, I need some help..

I am building a trackbike out of a SP1 and I need to fit a steering damper. I have quick release on the tank and fairing stay so want to fit a linear one I have.

I know I need to drill the frame and insert a Rivnut or get a block welded on. Has anyone here done it? Any advice, measurements etc?

I really do not want to screw this up so any help is really appreciated.



Build spec so far
SP2 forks (valved and set up for my weight), TB's ECU, Tank, swingarm and fairing brace
CBR1k 2013 wheels
Brembo CNC front calipers
Ohlins rear with Kyle link
Full Ethos racing Titanium exhaust
Braketech Ductile iron front rotors
Braking wavy rear disc
Brembo OEM style rear caliper
Under hung caliper kit
TSR rearsets
Moriwaki bars
Quick action throttle
TurnOne airbox
CBR Stick coil mod
Tyga HRC front mudguard
Brembo RCS Master cylinder front and clutch
TSS slipper clutch
Giles shift support
Factory Pro star kit
Oberon slave cylinder
Durbahn carbon airscoops
DHC snorkel
Shortened SP2 subframe
Speedcell battery

To fit:
Moriwaki fins
DHC undertray
Steering damper!

Pic of build so far:
Untitled by https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/, on Flickr

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What about using a Scotts rotary steering damper instead?
They work very well, with variable sweep settings plus Hi/Lo velocity damping.
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