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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 07-02-2013, 09:25 PM Thread Starter
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2D Front Level Sensor Group Buy

Hey all,

If I can get 10 or more people to commit to purchasing the leveling sensor the price would be $530 shipped. If the deal does not go through I would obviously refund your deposit. Email me at [email protected] to have one of my parts advisors contact you with specifics.

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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 07-03-2013, 04:14 AM
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i am really tempted to get on board with this but i have yet to see anything definitive that this will result in a noticable difference in the handling. does anyone have experience with and without and can comment? the posts i have seen up until now seem to focus on the install process and placement and less about the performance.
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I will buy one. Just sent you an e-mail.
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I also would be interested if someone would give a review. I have asked 2 times if someone in the first group buy would write a review but no one has !


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I also would be interested if someone would give a review. I have asked 2 times if someone in the first group buy would write a review but no one has !


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+3, Also, does this price include the bike specific code needed?
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I have been interested in this but for me the big negative is increase in turning radius which is already pretty large.

But no issue for track I am sure.

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Agree with those statements above , I'd be game myself if there are significant benefits vs hype. Not excited about the loss either when turning ..
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post #8 of 24 (permalink) Old 07-03-2013, 11:00 PM Thread Starter
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Leveling Sensor

Thanks for the interest everyone!

Give me until next week to get the specifics. In the meantime please send me an email if you already haven't and I am having one of my staff members handle putting together from the group. His name is Daniel and he will contact each one of you personally and fill you in on the details. I have been in contact with 2D on getting the exact information. Unfortunately communicating with Europe takes a little longer than usual due to the time difference. We are closed tomorrow, but we all work from home this time of year to try and keep up with the seasonal rush.

Again my email is [email protected]


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I'm interested pending positive feedback for daily ride usage.
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I'm interested pending positive feedback for daily ride usage.
me too, from my reading i understand that once installed, it allows independent com. and reb. setting on each mode.
but what about normal street ride? would it improve the ddc performance?

does anyone have an idea?

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