"PC" ,my balls
Join Date: Apr 2002
Sportbike: '02 GSXR1000 (street),'02 GSXR600 (track),'94CR125 (dirt), 3x pocketbikes (oval), KTMs x 3
Years Riding: 20 years
How you found us: Google search
I can flip it back in about 45 minutes to an hour. That is lowering the rear, slipping the front forks through the triple clamp, and changing the kick stand.
I made my own lowering links for the rear (+1" link lowers the rear about 3 inches). I loosen up the triple clamps and slide the forks through about 2 inches. The kickstand is from my old Gixxer that I modified to work with the new one. If you can get a kickstand off e-bay or something just cut the end off, shorten it and weld the foot back on.
Or, you can buy lowering links, adjustable kickstands, kill switches and bling it out at Schnitz Racing.:-
My wife thinks we're a bunch of Top Gun wannabes with our call signs, so for future reference, I'm Roger
I've done some things I'm not proud of...and the things I am proud of are disgusting - Moe on the Simpsons