BRP SUB Mount DT-SUB Kit 00-19 KTM 125-530 All
BRP DT-SUB Kit's are for those of you who are looking to step up to the whole package; BRP SUB Mounted Triple Clamp, Scotts stabilizer and bolt-on tower. Our DT-SUB kits come with BRP triple clamp, SUB Mount, Scotts stabilizer and Bolt on tower and are priced as one of our package deals to save you money.
The BRP SUB "Scotts Under Bar" Mount is the latest in stabilizer mounting options and is a very popular setup for GP's, motocross, off road and riders of taller stature. The SUB Mount is designed to run 1 1/8" ProTaper style handlebar and mount a Scotts stabilizer below the handlebar replacing the bar mount assembly on your OEM, BRP or Scotts triple clamp. The SUB Mount setup offers several benefits over a conventional "above bar" stabilizer setup.
- Reduced risk of injury by coming into contact with stabilizer
- Approximately 1" taller bar position on most models
- Enables you to run a bar pad for 1 more level of protection
BRP KTM SUB Mounts are designed exclusively to fit BRP or Scotts triple clamps due to design of the OEM clamp. If you would like to run a SUB Mount on your OEM clamp, check out the KTM SUB Adapter. If you have a triple clamp other than BRP or Scotts; please contact us to see if we have an application that will work.
BRP is an authorized Scotts Stabilizer Dealer and Service center with an extensive knowledge of stabilizer mounting applications. We have a complete line of stabilizer mounting applications and replacement parts. When it comes to service we offer complete service on all Scotts stabilizers.
When running a Scotts stabilizer in the SUB Mount configuration the arm will need to be reversed mounted. Using a lower bend bar can often emulate the stock bar height. Due to the SUB Mounts increased height, triple clamp style enduro handguard mounts will not work with many bar bends so we recommend running either U-clamp or Bonz mounts.
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