Compare Steering Stabilizers: Scotts & GPR vs Parabolic


No need to raise your bars

 with this innovative design


Factory Racing KTM Husqvarna Beta Honda Kawasaki 

Compare Parabolic to Scotts vs GPR


Conventional steering stabilizers like Scotts, GPR, and Fastway all need to have their shaft centerline directly inline with the centerline of the dirtbikes steering stem.  Unfortunately this is also where your handlebars are.   This causes these companies to either raise your bars or go on top of them, where you could take it to your chin or chest.  The Parabolic damper's innovative design allows the damper to be mounted at an angle, so there is no need to raise your handlebars or have the damper in a dangerous position above your bars. 


  • Does not mount in a dangerous position over the bars to cause injury to your chest or chin 
  • Does not raise your handlebars at all in most applications 
  • Can be used with: Stock, Shock & Vibe, BRP, and PHDS clamps in multiple positions 

  • Can be used with standard handlebars or Flexx Bars, no razed crossbar needed 

  • Allows you to run a bar pad for your protection and still adjust the damper with it on 
  • Fully greased and sealed linkage (no lubricating with dirt) wear adjustable linkage to ensure there is no slop in the steering

5x GNCC pro champs and motorcycle hall of famer Rodney Smith's Beta


  • Compact, rugged construction
  • Has 20 numbered low speed positions with clicks and stops at both ends
  • Adjustable in a second with a bar pad on
  • Has 12 high speed positions with lobes and stops at both ends 
  • Automatically compensates for thermal expansion with a built in reservoir, greatly reduces fading 
  • Lever is attached by a tapered tri-lobe over 10x the contact area of a pin or a slot 
  • Single piece shaft and vane. No 3mm pin holding two parts together


  • Unique bell curve damping
  • Smooth transition from straight to turning
  • Slightly reduced damping on return to center
  • No sudden drop-offs on the sides
  • Slightly more damping in the center helps keep the back tire behind you
  • Better in the whoops
  • Better in braking bumps
  • Better in slippery conditions
  • Better at reducing harmonics (headshake) 


  • Lightweight 
  • Complete unit can be under 1 pound, yet more rugged
  • Easy to maintain
  • No expensive triple clamps or special mounts
  • Change the oil in minutes without opening the unit, using fill plugs
  • Easy install 
  • Move the damper portion to another bike in minutes

What will you notice when you ride:

  • High speed stability, greatly reduces high speed wobbles / head shake / death wobble
  • Reduced wheel chatter going into corners. 
  • The back end wants to stay behind you in the whoops, braking bumps, and in muddy or slippery conditions
  • Reduced handlebars jerking when you cross rut, hit a rock, root, trees or other obstacles.
  • Rider can lighten up their grip reducing arm pump and  fatigue.