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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-14-2013, 07:24 PM Thread Starter
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So who has lowered there TC? If you have how much do you bottom out or drag parts. I am worried about my D&D mufflers


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I have no problems with draging other than when packing a passenger over speed bumps

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Well I think I actually lowered mine 2 inches. Did not turn out to good. Time to make a new clevis. I guess that is all part of making a different shock and spring work on this bike. So back to the drawing board. If you get a chance can you tell me how far off the ground the left side frame is when it is on the kick stand?

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I just raised my V92SC back up to the stock position. Yeah it looked cooled lowered but you couldn't take a corner very well. This can put you in a dangerous position if you would have to swerve or make a sudden manuver as you would drag the foot pegs/floor boards. There's nothing like having the traction of a big fat tire over a footpeg. It did handle very well going straight.
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Raising mine back up some to.


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