AMA Supersport Racer
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A properly lowered bike would also have the forks adjusted so look if they've been lowered. Don't think most bother with it or that it makes that much difference in street riding.
Good luck lowering the front end 1-1.5" to match the rear, cause you'll be smashing the crap out of your fender into the cowling if there's even that much fork leg available to do it.
Lowering the rear is terrible for handling. I suggest never riding a lowered sportbike unless you have to in order to ride it at all.
'06 F4i- Yoshimura RS-3C, Racetech springs and valves, Ohlin's rear shock, steel brake lines, 520 conversion. 87k miles and counting.....
'08 600RR- Stripped trackbike. CRG shorty brake lever, goodridge front brake lines
'15 1000RR- weekend toy
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