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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-13-2016, 04:01 PM Thread Starter
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HELLO TO ALL,
Need help in suggestions on how to lower my 2014 BRUTALE 1090 RR,?
The bike is a bit high for me (82 cms), and i can put on the ground only one foot.
any idea? recommendation ?
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Go to Donsy's website and download the manual for your appropriate bike. http://www.teamdouble3racing.com/manuals.php

Should be under the suspension section of the manual. You'll need to match the front and back accordingly.
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To verify ride height adjustments there is a special tool. I have lowered my 1090RR 3/4 inches (~19mm).

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Let me know how this works for you. I was looking at a Rear Suspension Lower Support by Motocorse. I was also wondering if I would have to modify the kick stand. At 5'6" this is a tall bike. Will be following your progress.

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When the bike is lowered, as mine is, the kickstand will have the bike sitting more upright.

You could fit an earlier F4 stand to restore lean angle.

I did not do that. I'm living with it as is and will restore ride height to stock over the winter as I bought an 800RR for my wife. (FWIW, she's 5'6" and the 19mm lower height was fine for her)

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