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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-10-2012, 01:15 PM Thread Starter
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restoring an 06 F4i to stock height in the rear ?

just got my bike recently, owner mentioned that the bike was lowered 3" which sounds like alot for a sport bike

reason i'm putting it back to stock is because it feels rather stiff going into corners and also i'd rather practice my riding on the factory default before tuning or adjusting the suspension. and i'm also scared of dragging the exhaust lol

anybody have any idea what i need to do here ? any parts that i need to buy ? hopefully its something i can do in my garage; don't feel like taking it to a workshop, plus i get to spend time learning more about my baby! i've posted pictures of the rear shock assembly on my bike for reference. any help would really be appreciated!!!




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anybody have an idea ??
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On the last picture there three holes where the rear shocks mount on. Remove the bolt and move the shock up to the first hole that should be stock height. If you have an adjustable kick stand you should be able to adjust it so your bike doesn't lean to much. If not your going to have to buy a new stock one.

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omg thank you, that is exactly the answer i needed! :D
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