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Old 08-21-2010, 04:04 PM
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SHOKBLOK'R HANDLEBAR RISER VIBRATION ISOLATOR

I just ordered this for my 900,, anyone ever put one on ?

What was your experience with how it worked.. Big difference in vibration isolation,, little bit, way smoother ?
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SHOKBLOK'R HANDLEBAR RISER VIBRATION ISOLATOR

I just ordered this for my 900,, anyone ever put one on ?

What was your experience with how it worked.. Big difference in vibration isolation,, little bit, way smoother ?
Never had one, but the 900 will be a great test subject. I'm betting it will help quite a bit with the vibs in the bars. Now your gonna have to figure out a way to stop the feet vibrations. Let us know how they work
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Old 08-22-2010, 10:11 AM
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Yes i will give an update on the outcome. But it will not be for two months. I just bought it off ebay..

My 900 only has a vibration at idle, once rpm gets up to level to engage clutch it's no big deal... I just want to see if it smooths out even more.

I must have good balanced primary and no torn motor mounts.

It doesn't vibrate anymore than my old XCR 440 at driving speeds. At idle, yes my ski tips are dancing.
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Old 08-23-2010, 12:07 AM
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ive been kicking th idea of trying one out too..plus it will add a small raise in the bars too..

also make sure you OEM torque stop isnt pressed againis the motor...keep it .010-.030" away from teh engine block, or you will have MAD vibs in your bar and footboards
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Suprized that there is no forum feedback on these Polaris isolators.. Not on any forums,,, tried googling it in a few differentcombinations of text,, like no one has ever commented on them. All i find is my question on it on Google.
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i think the issue here is..

im sure lots have bought it, but very few with 900s have im sure...theres far more things that people tend to first to control the vibs on these big boys...

and a simple little deal like the iso-vibe is hard to rely on at $40, lol...we dump mad cash into these babies...and iso-vibes dont solve the issue, just hide it (if in fact they work).

so this is the PERFECT time for a product review on something no one has much info on..

like i said, i am interested in one.

JUST make SURE you take care of the TRUE reasons the 900 vibrates...

--motor mounts must be MINT (ALL)
--OEM torque stop gapped at .010"-0.30" from engine case
--balance primary
--SLP torque arm
--SLP push arm
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Mine is not a bad vibrating 900, only at idle. This sled vibrates no more than my XCR 440 1996. Just want to mount my new Garmin NUVI GPS to the bars, and since i look for directions at a stop i want to see if this isolation thing would help,, and if it's a benifit as i ride great.
If moves too much, ill just get a tank map bag and put it in there.

But i will report out on the feel i get from this isolator,, but not for a month. And my first report out will be at idle in my garage. Then of coarse once we got snow for ride report.
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There is a difference between the Isovibe and the Shokblokr from Polaris .

I had the IsoVibe on my 05 9er.... It worked very well at controlling the vibes... that one ran perfect and still does for the guy I sold her to...balanced, compfusin, clutching, torque stop adjusted well...
Isovibe from Grip-n-Rip Very nice build, not to be confused with the lesser quality polaris accessory... Full Snowcross Strength!! Light as well. will add 1.5" or 2.5" depending on how you mount it. this adds on top of your factory riser. They are not cheap, but they are well worth the investment....

I thought it was great...

I'm not super convinced on the ShockBlokrs quality.

Isovibe on my 2005 900




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