I have the CCP. All working parts are internal. The stick style has a exposed rod, which was my main concern being a woods rider. The exposed rod could get caught on something and bend. Also dirt/mud buildup seams like it would wear out the seals. The ccp has been great. Fit and finish is awesome. Well worth the $200. It is also rebuildable.
I have a CCP as well on my 700, WELL worth the 200 bucks, I missed out on the 3 group buys on the "other" forum. The dial, imo, is hard to read after being installed, but it's all relative anyways because you just adjust it to where you like it. I am a trail rider and it makes a HUGE difference as compared to stock. All my friends comment on how "smooth" the steering is through the turns and the ruts. It looks awesome on the raptor and is a 10 out of 10 for craftsmanship. My only regret is a stabilizer wasn't done sooner as it removes so much of the bump steer (I think that's what it's called), you point the bars where you want to go and they don't get ripped out of your hands when you hit a rut or rock or snake or whatever else you're running over!
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