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has everybody here who did a supermoto conversion lower their suspension.

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Nope. As a matter of fact I had to crank up the rear preload to get the bike to turn better on tight tracks. Getting the suspension set up would be a good thing though.

I rode one DRZ which didn't want to turn and then wanted to fall in once turning. Mine turns in quickly, but gives good feed back once leaned over. I think mine could turn faster yet. :banghead:

Mike

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everybody is staying stock height these days.

my old racebike was lowered 1.75",but i ground thru a set off foot pegs every other race.

no problems now with the stock height crf.

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Our Suzukis were lowered this year for the AMA stuff. about an inch in front and maybe half of that in back. Stiff and slow!!

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i was also wondering since right know with stock wheels the bike feels level, when i put 2 17s on the bike will it dip foward.

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I left my suspension alone because I occassionaly switch back to the dirt setup.

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I left my suspension alone because I occassionaly switch back to the dirt setup.

thats why i asked because i'm going to do the same think

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thats why i asked because i'm going to do the same think

Like I always say, it's like two completely different bikes with only one insurance policy :banghead:

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