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Well, first off, it's hard to make a HUGE difference in seat height adjusting suspension, but you could start by backing off the preload to increase ride height to the max you can... of course this will also affect your sag, so you might want to be careful with this...

Next, you could add shims to the rear end between the shock top and the control arm. Check out a 2003... they come with a shim in this location. Remember, jacking up ride height will eventually reduce your stability although it might increase your turn-in quickness...

"Keep yer feet on the pegs and your right hand cranked."
 
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