Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: Simcoe Ontario Canada
Drop the bike 3", it will lower the rear and also lower the center of gravity .... leave the shock at the current level or raise it 1 notch firmer, one notch up means firmer, it does not mean its going to raise the bike. Most would not notice any handling change. You may be prone to scraping the pegs more than the stock height, but its still gotta be way over to do that.
The added bonus is that it will clean up the rear fender look a little, it will also change the stance of the bike on the side stand.(more upright)
BTW ... there are lowering kits that will allow a 3" or 2" drop, try the
3", no good, raise it to 2".
As i flipped into 5th, i couldnt remember a damn thing she said
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2009 Classic LT Bagger ... SOLD .... ... Batwing Fairing, Metzler 200 rear, Mutazu Hard Bags, Denray Hitch, Mustang Seat, Piggybacker Trailer. traded on a Versys 650 LT ... Loaded
2010 Custom [I] ... traded on a 2015 Ninja 650 Abs traded on a 2016 Versys 650 LT ... Loaded
Last edited by whiting57; 11-25-2011 at 04:02 PM.