Hey all, since I did a hefty bit of online research and reviewing information from everyone on the forum who went down the steering damper rabbit hole... Here's where I landed with some pretty successful results that I'm finding I'm really happy with after taking the bike out today and pushing her harder to see how things handled.
Damper - Hyperpro RSC 75mm stroke, universal damper (75mm fits the bike perfectly, can turn to full stop both ways, no interference).
Tube clamp - Hyperpro, made for a zx10r kit but i found a shop on eBay selling the clamp on its own (NOTE - any Hyperpro tube clamp should work as the dampers are all 24.6mm in diameter, I spoke with Hyperpro directly to confirm everything).
Mount kit - Ordered the "design 1" and "design 2" kits from China. #1 with the cross both handlebar clamps setup arrived first (2 is still in shipping but I'm probably going to return it, given the success with design one on its own), so the pics are of only that.
I only had to drill a hole for the kit stem to fit through, not cut out a whole chunk. The rationale for ordering a Hyperpro clamp was mainly that as much as I trust the strength of the aluminum in the mount kit, the clamp has moving parts (the pivot bearing with the mount hole), I'd rather all the mechanical parts of the damper be from a reputable company (obviously this isn't an issue for those of you with the ohlins dampers cause both bearings are built in! 😊).
Pics (feel free to ask any questions. I'm happy to help!)