Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Oakland, CA 94602
your ass is much closer to rear wheel than the front, I suggest leave the front alone - just don't go 100 mph with a lot of luggage on the rear, as there is reported front end lift from our old style fairing-cowl system.
My bike arrived without the seat bumpers - not comfy - vibes were getting thru - so I bough a new set of bumpers - no regrets,
30" pant inseam here.
Current Bike: 2007 ABS Wee, rebuilt forks with Cogent DDC, Elka rear shock, tapered roller steering stem bearings, fork brace, Admore top box lights, LED side-only turn indicator lights, Powerlet outlet, frame sliders, Givi windscreen, Givi top box.
Prior Bikes: 2003 EX250, 2007 DL650 (non-ABS)