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post #1 of 33 Old 08-23-2006, 10:58 PM Thread Starter
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GPR Stabilizer Install Pics & Instructions

Another nice mod completed and I thought it would benefit those that are thinking about doing this mod, and it would be beneficial to GPR as well.

Thanks to GPR for their generous sponsorship of the Repsol Honda Carbon Fiber Edition...and a great product... www.gprstabilizer.com

So, here it is in pics and words...

Step 1...Remove the tank inserts (MrGrn carbon on my bike) and tank cover...


Next remove the two covers from the stock HESD...



Now remove the 3 bolts holding the HESD...and the one from the silver arm mount...already removed in this pic...


Disconnect the connector from the solenoid and remove the stock bracket in the pic...


It's time to remove the solenoid from the HESD using the GPR supplied bit...


Fit the new rear bracket making sure to route the throttle cables as shown...side by side...and use the supplied allen bolts...


I recommend that you use blue loctite since this is such a critical component...


Mount the solenoid to the new bracket in the correct orientation...


And re-use the stock solenoid mounting screws using the supplied bit...



...continued in next post...

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post #2 of 33 Old 08-23-2006, 11:21 PM Thread Starter
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GPR Stabilizer Install...continued...

Torque everything to stock specs on the rear bracket and then remove the stock stem nut...


Orient the new bracket as shown...there's a cutout where I'm pointing and use the new stem nut supplied with the kit...(DO NOT RE-USE STOCK STEM NUT !!!)


Torque the new stem nut to 76 ft. lbs....


Now you can dry fit the GPR Stabilizer to the mount, making sure you can slide the arm into the rear bracket...


The arm should run parallel to the bottom of the Stabilizer and will be about 1/8" into the slot of the rear bracket...


Your almost done...it should look like this when your ready to torque everything down...


And here it is all buttoned up with the tank cover re-installed...


Where should I put my new sponsor's decal...ahhh, I know just the spot...


She's all done...and decal is installed...another great mod is done...time, about 2 hours...including taking pics...


Get yours here... http://www.gprstabilizer.com/honda-0...kit-p-112.html

It's been updated to the new pinless technology for the 1000RR...pictured at the GPR site is the former model...

Enjoy your new adjustable steering stabilizer from GPR...

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post #3 of 33 Old 08-24-2006, 12:47 AM
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Very good write up man. Thanks for contributing this.
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very nice writeup.

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great job
i nominate this for a Sticky !

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post #6 of 33 Old 08-24-2006, 04:35 AM
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Couldnt of done it better myself

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post #7 of 33 Old 08-24-2006, 06:43 AM
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Very nice and detailed. How do you like its performance?

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What are the torque specs for the bracket boltsI know you said use stock specs but I couldn't find them in the service manual. Looks like the damper mounting bolts are torqued to 8.8 N-m but what about the bracket bolts?
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hmmm my gpr only has 6 adjustments and had no hole in the bracket for the solinoid. guess i got an older one. nice writeup though.
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