Re: Lower Front End Help
what you're talking about will dramatically change the geometry and handling of your bike. you should leave it alone unless you're just for show.
if you're just street riding this bike, it almost doesn't matter if you lower it or not; you'll be going way too slow to notice that the bike now handles like shit. pretty much any way you do it, whether it's lowering the front, the rear or both, it's a recipe for terrible handling.
speed wobbles happen when you have too much input on the bars under hard acceleration. it's possible for a rider to tense-up and cause a head shake no matter how the bike is set up. in almost every case it's the rider, not the bike.
...the 3 is silent
2009 yamaha r6
i give up...
Last edited by S3aturnR; 11-27-2012 at 08:20 PM.