I would not bother with a stabilizer, its a waste of money. It's not needed. Mine is a 2014 with ZX10R shock. Rear ride height is much taller now, it turns in much quicker, feel much much more twitchy. I have done 4 trackdays, with very aggressive riding and have had no issues. Spend your money on tires and trackdays instead.
I installed one one mine last year. It lasted about 6k miles and stopped providing any type of damping. After upgrading my suspension I didn't find a need for a damper any longer. Here's a good write up from Abe57 on how to install the Chinese one for cheap and look good.
I give credit to Kevxtx who started this and Marthy and Rado for tweaking it..... Stabilizer mounting measurements and pics...with the frame tab I could not fit a bolt in the hole that was not loose so I hand tapped it with a 7mm tap turning it with a wrench them followed it with the 8mm tap the...
While some may not feel the need for a damper, others find a bit more confidence with a damper. Work on your suspension set up first, concentrating on "sag" so that your chassis attitude and balance are working to avoid the rear squating excessively and thus unweighting the front.
For suspension, I went a cheaper route with Stoltec valves, correct springs and a KTech Razor Lite shock/spring. That alone made such a huge difference in handling that I don't see a need for a damper. Getting the geometry correct is the key.
I'll just leave this here: After riding for 5 months now, I'm happy to say I'm no longer getting symptoms of tank slappers. I credit this to becoming comfortable with the bike and learning how to handle it. I no longer use the "Death Grip" on the handles and have been able to push my speeds up. So... I guess experience goes a long way.