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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-21-2011, 01:36 PM Thread Starter
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Measurement required

If anyone has the time, or can be bothered to. It'd be a massive help if you could let me know the distance between the very front of the belly pan, and where that meets the rear tyre in a straight line.

If the measurement can be given when the bike is on a paddock stand that'd be awesome. I'm marked up an image below to show what I'm talking about:
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If anyone has the time, or can be bothered to. It'd be a massive help if you could let me know the distance between the very front of the belly pan, and where that meets the rear tyre in a straight line.

If the measurement can be given when the bike is on a paddock stand that'd be awesome. I'm marked up an image below to show what I'm talking about:

what year do you need, as i belive they have changed the rake a few times...


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2008, so I guess either an '07 or '08 will do the trick
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Or maybe it would be easier to measure the wheelbase when on a paddock stand?
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