Join Date: May 2004
Location: Toronto, Canada
Remember, if you drop the rear ride height you should drop the front as well to keep the steering response in the ballpark. First guess, same amount (measured at the wheel) as the rear. You can only go SO far with lowering the front before the front fender will collide with something before it runs out of compression travel, and you don't want that happening ...
I installed a chain with a few more links than stock to get the back wheel to the back of the adjustment slot to help keep the front down. 'Course, that came along with a 2 teeth bigger rear sprocket, so now it launches even harder and the front still wants to come up. Hehe, it's all good :-)
Helibars, MRA screen, Ohlins damper, reversed shift pattern, sorted suspension, braided lines, Michelin Pilot Power, all else stock 'coz it's fast enough!