Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Corona De Tucson, AZ
Depending on which end of your bike you intend to lower..... lowering the front will of course increase floorboard scraping, lowering the rear....not as much.
I'm not sure what bike we're talking about here....every one is a little different...but most Yamaha cruisers can be lowered 1" in the rear and I seriously doubt you'd even notice it. I have my 1100 at stock height for the first time since I bought it almost 10 years ago since I bought it and the only thing I noticed is that it leans over more on the kickstand.
Sick Mick* 2006 V Star 1100 Custom
--- Striping, lettering and paint by Sick Mick – 6* Tree - 2" extended forks – 21" front wheel - HK Sideburners - Progressive rear shock – Pods – Sick Mick solenoid delete - Spring seat - and other stuff
Last edited by Sick Mick; 03-01-2017 at 08:44 PM.