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Yana Shiki Lowering Link

Has anyone tried the Yana Shiki Lowering Link for 600s?
They are only supposed to drop an inch which would be pretty perfect for my height.
I was just wondering if it would have a detrimental effect on rideability...

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i always do the protek, lowers it about 2". if you only need an inch you can actually flip the triangle bracket upside down and that'll bring it down about an inch. 1 inch isn't going to kill your geometry. if you're doing serious track riding maybe keep it stock

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Sweet! I wouldn't mid a 2in drop....I really don't have any track plans for this bike but ya never know lol.

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i always do the protek, lowers it about 2". if you only need an inch you can actually flip the triangle bracket upside down and that'll bring it down about an inch. 1 inch isn't going to kill your geometry. if you're doing serious track riding maybe keep it stock
Where did you buy this from?
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I have a lowering link I took off my bike when I bought it. not sure of the brand or height but it felt like an inch or 2. it says 600rr on the sides. if youre interested, shoot me a pm
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Where did you buy this from?
i got it from the dealer when i bought the bike but i'm sure you can find it online. you're going to need to shorten the kickstand at 2"

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