as long as you lower both the front and the back it should be fine.
many people get the lower links, but forget to adjust the front forks. i lowered my back about 2" with the links and then lowered the front about an 1". i also adjusted the rear suspension to its lowest setting and pulled out the little washer.
my bike still rides great, other people who have rode it prefer the feel to their stock height.
do you have any ground clearence issues? just curious just I would think you would touch pegs much quicker....and what about speed bumps? I almost touched my fairing a few times going over speeds bumps....
well, another thing to take into consideration is weight. i haven't had any problems with speed bumps, but when i let my boyfriend (approx 235 lb) ride it, the bike seems to squat a little more. fast636, if it helps you, i can take measurements of the lower fairing clearance from both riders.
as far as the foot pegs go, i haven't had a problem yet. but, i also haven't rode that aggressively yet. i just started putting some half-decent wear on the outsides of my tires within the past month...
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