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2009 Honda CBR600RR Lowering Kits

2009 Honda CBR600RR
Tire Size:
Front: 120/70-17, Rear: 180/55-17
Spark Plug:
IMR9E-9HES
Battery:
YTZ10S
Stock Chain/Belt:
525x112
Stock Gearing:
Front: 16T, Rear: 42T
Oil Filter:
KN-204
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Yana Shiki Lowering Links Made of 7075 Aircraft Aluminum for added durability and safety All lowering links that require movement are fitted with R-Lube oil impregnated bushings **Note: Product
Vortex
Racing Components Lowering Kit
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Vortex Racing Components Lowering KitCNC machined from 6061 billet aluminum Lowers the center of gravity for drag racing, increasing tire traction for a better launch Lowers the motorcycle for an aggr
PSR
Fully Adjustable Lowering Links
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PSR Fully Adjustable Lowering Links Lower center of gravity for better launches and rider confidence CNC machined for excellent fit and finish Fully adjustable applications allow adjustme
PSR
Lowering Links
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PSR Lowering Links Lower center of gravity for better launches and rider confidence CNC machined for excellent fit and finish Available in black or silver One, two or three hole lowering position
Street Bikes Unlimited Lowering Links Personalize the look and handling characteristics of your sport bike with Street Bikes Unlimited's lowering links. This lowering link will allow you to fine tun
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Suspension Lowering Link
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Pingel Suspension Lowering Link Fine-quality 6061 T-6 or 7075 T-6 aluminum suspension lowering links from Pingel The hot ticket for lowering your bike and getting the horsepower to the ground Spe

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John (Montpelier, VA)

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Fork Seals

Installed easily on my Yamaha Maxim 400 without any difficulty. No leaks so far.

Grant (Vancouver, 0)

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Poor fit

On their website Pro Tek claims these links allow adjustment from stock to -4 inches on a first generation Yamaha FZ1. These specs aren't even close. It's more like the range is from -4 to -8 inches. I can't speak to the quality of the links, but it's difficult to have any confidence in the manufacturing when the specs they list are so far off.

Corey (Lugoff, SC)

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Easy install for Harley Street Bob

The only major question I had with this product was that it only told you in the instructions that it was a 1" or 2" drop. But, after a short conversation with tech support, you can cut the plastic spacer to what ever length you need for your specific drop. I had 1 3/4" drop in the rear and wanted exactly that in the front. Worked out great with little to no problems.

Owen (Calgary, AB)

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AMAZING DIFFERENCE!

I completed the racetech emulators & fork springs with the same upgrade. Gone is the squirrely front end and nose diving when cornering and breaking hard. My only regret is that I did not perform this modification earlier! I am not a racer, but enjoy spirited canyon carving. Make this and rear suspension one of your first performance upgrades. You will not regret it!

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