The high and wide stock handlebars on the V actually negates the need for a steering damper. just hold on tight and pray that the bike straightens itself out!
but anyway, there may be occasion where the front end were lowered down too much (either by raising the forks or swapping in a shorter fork like the zx636 fork mod done by Hoghead BUT without lowering the rear) will result in a twitchy front end especially at high speed, hence a steering damper *could possibly* be of help.
anyway it's your bike, do whatever you want on your bike.
Current : Maroon 2011.
- Fender Extender - Radiator Guard - 19mm Nissin radial master - Nissin 4-pot caliper - SS brake lines - Osram Hyper 65W both low/high beam - LED 30w aux floodlights & 3w DRLs - Rear Hugger - Givi crash guards - Yoshimura TRC Carbon - Dynojet PC5 - Scottoiler - R1 shock with Ohlins 14.2 kg/mm spring - Imitation Givi Windshield - Rear Givi rack with 24ltr Givi top box - Bosch dual tones - Z800 stock mirrors.
Up next :
- Protaper SE ATV Low - PIAA Platinum low