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Old 08-14-2009, 03:44 PM   #1
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FREE discount credits....paying it forward.

I have about $600 worth of PSR (Powerstands Racing) contingency credits from my race wins/finishes.

www.powerstands.com

If you need something, please let me know. I am willing to GIVE away some of my credits. The stuff on their website cannot be used for full credit.

For example...If you want a rear stand i can only use $100 credit, and the price is $129.95 + $25 shipping.

if you have the means of paying full price, you know if you can or can't, please don't ask me if you have the means. I'm just trying to help out the less fortunate that struggle to get out on the track.

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Old 08-14-2009, 03:46 PM   #2
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That is very cool of you Tony.
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i'd like some credits for a steering dampner for a 08 848 please
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That is so awesome Tony, your a really great guy
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Tony is the man.

I wish more people were as generous as that dude.
(I could quit my job.)

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super cool of you sir!!!
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Yeah, GPR did a great job of designing Scotts dampers

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You didn't see the RRW article on GPR vs PSR? GPR sent them a cease-and-desist notice...apparently all the internal parts are interchangeable between the two. There are at least very noticeable differences between the Scotts and GPR. The article includes photos showing a side by side comparison of a GPR stabilizer broken down, and the version made by PSR, also broken down. The side by side images clearly show the PSR is identical to the GPR stabilizer.
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Old 08-18-2009, 11:54 PM   #17
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Wow! Very Cool!
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I would say I'm in for some. .. but i doubt they make anything for my bike
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You didn't see the RRW article on GPR vs PSR? GPR sent them a cease-and-desist notice...apparently all the internal parts are interchangeable between the two. There are at least very noticeable differences between the Scotts and GPR. The article includes photos showing a side by side comparison of a GPR stabilizer broken down, and the version made by PSR, also broken down. The side by side images clearly show the PSR is identical to the GPR stabilizer.
No I didn't, good to know! I was just making a point about all of the rotary dampers ripping off Scotts to some extent.

Carry on with the goodness Tonytonytone!
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geez, their stands are expensive!!! Are they better than pitbulls!? cause they are looking like they cost the same if not some of them even more!!!
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