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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9LvFDbnRsM&feature=related

ok so that is the video on youtube. I'm trying to lower my GL1000 not quite that much but I'm just wondering how you all think he did it. Is it just shorter rear shocks and the front lowered by just adjusting location of where his fork attaches?

And it looks like this would cause a lot of scraping on turns, just trying to see what you all think, and maybe it can help me lower mine just a bit.
 

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Sorry I don't have any ideas on lowering it but here is another video of the same bike. He went solid struts instead of rear shocks and I don't think he said how he did the forks only a few inches between the sliders and bottom of the triple tree. Sounds pretty mean with that exhaust.:action::action:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yxvwFij1ww&feature=related
 

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oh did see that video, man i like it. I don't know how far it gets in the way of practical but it looks nice and sounds nice. I wonder what kind of mods he had on the engine if any
 

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Xuno_gil wrote:
oh did see that video, man i like it. I don't know how far it gets in the way of practical but it looks nice and sounds nice. I wonder what kind of mods he had on the engine if any
not meany---i`ll wager .
 
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