I'm looking for some info on how to Lower my '06 Busa. Is there an adjustment on the front forks and rear spring that can be made or do I need to purchase aftermarket links, etc....
nah, just do the kickstand modDadofthree, Do you have to replace your kickstand with this setup?
"I just sit on mine but seriously by a set of links for the rear and risers for the front. I think that's the cheapest way going and gets you roughly 2" in the rear and 1 1/2 " in the front"
Similar. - You have to loosen the clamps around the forks; four bolts in total, IIRC. (Upper and lower clamps.)Can you not just lower the front like you would on the smaller gsxr's. I know with my k6 gsxr 750, we just loosened the top two bolts on the forks, slid the bike down, and retightened. Does the busa not work the same way?
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