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I got the houser +1. Both the stems you mentioned reposition the flag that the tie rods bolt to. They do that to reduce bump steer. As your front suspension goes threw it's motion the front wheels actually can toe in or out. Say your front shocks are compressed. That will cause your front wheels to toe out causing your bike to want to veer left or right. These stems are designed to help reduce that. Wich means less fatigue when your riding hard. Also both stems are considerably stronger than stock. Both have anti vibe clamps available for them. As far as I know the trail tech clamp won't work with out some modification?