Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Carbondale, Illinois, United States.
you have the two options stated above for lowering the rear. if you use the lowering link for the rear you have to lower the front that much to of the bike will be unstable at speed and wont handle right. if you go with the seat option you wouldnt have to lower the front end any. im thinking about lowering mine not because i need to but because lowered bikes look so sweet but then i would look funny sitting at a stop light cuz im 6'1" haha knees up to the tank and what not.
2006 black 650R, Leo Vince EvoII GP exhaust, Powercommander III USB, DNA air filter, Cheetah Race Lower Fairing, Clear alternatives smoked tail light and front signals, R&G Frame sliders and spools, Ninja650Shop sportbars, Motion Pro Levers, ProGrip tank pad and grips, Goodrigde SS brake lines, Shinko 005 Advance rubber, 08 Black Stay Steps, LockHart Phillips Ion Blue Headlights, Targa Fender Eliminator