It is not the stick style stabilizer but instead more comparable to the high $ precision ones.
Good news we need 10 or more sold and we get them for 150 shipped!
A steering dampner should be considered a "must have" and one of the first mods a new owner should buy, BUT make NO mistake, these are no where near comparable to the Precision or the other high $ dampners. While they are based on a rotary style system they are still only capable of one dimension adjustability, just like a stick style dampner. Soften or stiffen their single adjustment and it's always the same dampnening whether extending or retracting, just like a stick style dampner. There's NO low speed, hi speed or return to center adjustability like the high $ dampners, so there truely is NO comparison.
I have run them all, an SRP (stick), the CCP (rotary stick) and now have the Elka 5 (high $ adjustable) and I will say that the CCP dampner is by far the best "one dimensional, single adjustment" dampner available. It's reliability is far greater than stick that tend to blow out seals rather prematurely. With this GB pricing they are cheaper than most rebuildable stick style units and are truely a great deal.
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08 Raptor 700
RE +1 head, X4 cam, TQS 11.5 piston, KDS +3 TB & evac, FCI,
Barkers duals, PC5 with A/T, Dyna Programmable, DL700 tune.
+2 I-Shock arms, Rock axle, reworked shocks, GTT link, +4 oem ext'd swinger
Elka Sys5 Dampner, Fasst Flexx on Rox anti-vibe risers, TT HIDs
Razr2 on HiPers, Skat 21/12/8 8pdl extremes, Sandstar frts
Roll bumper, PA guards/nerfs/skids