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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 may
    PSR
    Fully Adjustable Lowering Links
    $169.95
    $152.99
    You save $16.96 (10%)
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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
    Vortex
    Racing Components Lowering Kit
    $61.95
    $52.66
    You save $9.29 (15%)
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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
    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
    PSR
    Lowering Links
    $53.95
    $48.99
    You save $4.96 (9%)
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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

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    newman (aurora, CO)

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    was ok

    The motorcycle I was told I could use them on was an SV650 and it did the opposite of lower the bike. And the quality was a little poor. I was going to keep them at stock ride height but they were bent on the side with the 3 holes so I felt they were unsafe to use.

    roger (las vegas, NV)

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    Good but hard

    Initially I was very excited about these as they replaced my noisy stock Honda VTX1300c. I appreciated the improved handling on the bike. However, they are just too stiff. My spine and back are killing me. Two up with the wife these are great, but I'm just too light on my own. At 180 lbs these shocks just don't give enough even at lowest setting. I'm now looking to buy new shocks that are regular not the heavy duty. I'll keep these for when I take longer rides with the wife in tow.

    Me (Cairns, QLD)

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    Progressive 430 shocks

    I bought the 430 series to lower my Dyna, 2014 Low Rider. I should have left it the way it was. The height is good but the ride is crap. It bottoms out very quickly, not enough travel in the shaft. Do not buy this product to lower your bike.

    julio (New Orleans, LA)

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    KZ1000J, & CB900 Fork Seals

    These Bikemaster fork seals were a good fit on the bikes, and at a reasonable cost. Seems they'll hold up better than previous ones. Time will tell.

    Terry (Austin, TX)

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    Fork Seals

    Fork seals fit my VTX1300C perfectly and are doing fine after the first 100 miles. Time will tell how they hold up. Fast shipment and delivery as always. Thanks gang!

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