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Front race stay bracket options

Hi I'm after a front stay bracket for my race fairings , has anyone used / reccomed one? Was looking at the below


http://www.yoyodyneti.com/ProductInf...uctid=IH047003

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That yoyo is a top quality part. I have one of those. I also use R&R racing stays.
http://www.r-r-racing.com/1/fairing.htm
They are also high quality. Both brands tested many times days at the track including crashes.
Stay away from the Tripage racing stay, it's flimsy.


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+1 for yoyo, top notch stuff. I bought a stay from them 2 years ago, lightweight, flexible and easy to bend back if you have an off.
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I can vouch for the R&R stuff. Worked great, and was high quality.

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The yoyo stay is actually made by Motoholders you may be able to get it cheaper directly from them depending on shipping.

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The Yoyo/motoholders fairing stay is a quality piece

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Here it is installed on my 05:

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I think tripage has one aswell

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The local race team here runs motoholders. Looks good.
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