Re: Not keen on the low lyfe
You will need the stock dog bones for the rear suspension. Then lower the forks down so the top of the tube (not cap) is flush with the top edge of the triple clamp. You will also have to move the handlebars back underneath the top clamp.
To do all of that you need to find away to support the front end so no weight is on the forks. Loosen the pinch bolts and slide the fork down. This is all in the service manual which you can download for free from r6messagenet (google search). Follow the directions in service manual to replace the dog bones as well.
And just to be sure I'd check your front tire is OEM spec and they didn't change this as well because that think looks "slammed low".
I would then take your bike to a reputable suspension guy and get your suspension set to your weight. Who knows how much the original owner changed the settings.
Last edited by Flyers28; 10-31-2018 at 11:19 AM.