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Author Topic: fitting the stock steering damper to aG5 and inder sidecar.  (Read 297 times)


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fitting the stock steering damper to aG5 and inder sidecar.
« on: February 18, 2015, 11:04:26 pm »
Have just fitted an Inder Euro Royal to my 2011 G5. When it arrived it had everything expected but no steering damper. So I quick email to the manufacturer and hey now I have the steering damper but no instructions on how to fit it. Anyone fitted one? Looking for some instructions here and maybe some pictures. Other than this issue it's been an interesting and challenging addition. First ride was horrifying but after several adjustment it now drives well  (note the change from ride to drive , yes I am learning)
Now 2011 Royal Enfield G5 and just added 2014 Continental GT
1978 Ducati 900 GTES
1969 Ducati 350 Desmo Racer
1972 Mototrans Ducati 250 24 Horas
1965 Triumph Tiger Cub 200
1967 BSA Bantum


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Re: fitting the stock steering damper to aG5 and inder sidecar.
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2015, 11:16:48 pm »
Tried to "drive" my 2011 G5 with Kozi Rocket without the damper and thought I was hopelessly lost.  The damper corrected many problems and I highly recommend it.  However,

I also have a 2009 Yamaha V-star 950 with an OLD Velorx and have found no need whatsoever for a damper.  Have found it wants to pull some to the right when you get above 75.  Still able to control it at 85.  haven't had the nerve to get over that.   
2011 G5 Deluxe w/Kozi Rocket
2009 V-Star 950 Tourer w/Velorex 562