We will begin by removing the two front deck screws. Then, attach the base plate using the two m6 bolts provided. Tighten down with a 5mm allen key.
Once this is done, it is time to install the steering bracket. We begin by removing the headlight bolt and detaching the headlight and bracket. Using the same bolt and hole, attach the steering bracket over the headlight bracket like so:
Now it is time to attach the damper. Slide the clamp over the damper, but do not tighten the 5mm bolt yet:
Now, we will attach both eyelets of the damper to the scooter. Use both m8 bolts to attach the damper as shown:
Once the two bolts are fastened using a 6mm allen key, it is time to adjust the collar to the correct position. I recommend placing it at about 8mm. In the following picture, the measurements are located on the underside of the damper, so please flip it back once you have found the correct position. It should look just like the image above (not below).
It is up to you where you fasten down the collar, but just make sure that it is able to swing in its full range of motion without bumping into the scooter. Once the damper is installed, it can be adjusted using the dial. Increasing the damping will increase how difficult it is to turn, and how much vibration it will reduce. You are looking for a balance between easy turning and effective damping. If you have any questions, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.