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Honestly don't think it's necessary with the SCR950 since the OEM fork is not shaky to begin with, it's not unsettled crosswinds and attitude/velocity changes in corners. Doesn't mean you won't feel any change with a fork brace, just not really needed.
 

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Honestly don't think it's necessary with the SCR950 since the OEM fork is not shaky to begin with, it's not unsettled crosswinds and attitude/velocity changes in corners. Doesn't mean you won't feel any change with a fork brace, just not really needed.
Correct. Although that might be a fundamental truth about the SCR950, there's always going to be riders that have specific requirements to make it suit them 100%. I see it all the time, even with bikes some suggest comes perfect right from the factory.
 

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Most changes I make are more for comfort than anything, so a cushier seat and ergonomic adjustments. I'd like to think factory bikes have character.
Shipping will be dependent on where you live most likely.
 

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True.. considering I live in NA I'm guesstimating an easy 30 days, unless there's some sort of express shipping but then that'll depend on the pricing of that.
 

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I ride the **** out of my SCR. The paint is cracking & flaking off the front fender where it mounts to the forks. It definitely has to much flex for my style of riding, that’s how I discovered fork braces existed
 

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I ride the **** out of my SCR. The paint is cracking & flaking off the front fender where it mounts to the forks. It definitely has to much flex for my style of riding, that’s how I discovered fork braces existed
It must be a RED one!! :surprise::grin2:
 
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