Lowering The Ride Height On A CBR900 Fireblade

March 15, 2010

As previously reported I had my first ride out on my Fireblade but there was one small problem :-0  I was on tiptoes on a flat surface and when pulling up at some traffic lights my foot was flailing around trying to find the ground before me and my new bike fell over in a rather undiginfied heap 😦

This photo illustrates how much of my foot touched the floor with the bike as standard

On my ride home I was wondering how I could lower the ride height, but without physically lowering the whole machine, as I knew that growing longer legs overnight wasn’t really an option 😉  but I still needed to get my bum closer to the floor..

And then I had a brainwave 🙂

In the garage we had a spare seat from another Blade which wasn’t needed anymore, so as soon as I was home I was set up on my dining room table with the sharpest knives from my kitchen and the spare seat.   I was going to reshape the seat and carve some of the height out of it.

I very quickly removed the cover from the seat and soon had the sections of foam I needed to remove marked out

Sections of foam to be removed marked up

I then started carefully carving the foam away in strips

Shaving off the slices

This is the seat with most of the surplus foam shaved off..

Basics almost done

Now it’s time to tidy things up a little.. So with VERY careful knife cuts I trimmed and neatened the foam so that it was as smooth as possible.  This was the end result 🙂

All neatened up

The finished foam

This photo shows the seat as it was on the bike

This photo shows the stock seat height

and this one shows the seat once I had carved some of the foam out..

The new seat height

The next thing to do was to receover the seat so I don’t get a soggy bottom if it rains 😉

I tried fitting the original seat cover but it was designed to go on a flat seat and I couldn’t get it to fit properly round the new curves so a trip to my local haberdashery shop was called for.   70cm of vinyl fabric (£7.00) later and after digging my staple gun out of the shed I was ready to go 🙂

Fitting the vinyl was a bit of a barsteward as it’s quite stiff to begin with but as you start working it, it starts to soften up and give a little.  I also fitted it on the bias so that would also help the fabric stretch into the curves better.  A short time (and quite a bit of swearing) later I was done 🙂 and the newly covered seat was ready to be fitted to my bike 🙂

And this is what it looks like 🙂

My newly reshaped and recovered seat on my bike

The end result… This is how much of my foot I can get on the floor now 🙂

The end result 🙂

Once I was sat on my bike on Sunday it felt soooo much better and I’m sure it will make all the difference to my confidance riding the Blade.  I’m pretty much flat footed on the left side and even though it was a bit of a hassle doing it, it was well worth it to me 🙂

I’m not kidding when I say that pretty much anyone could do this to a bike seat, you just have to be careful and take your time ESPECIALLY when cutting into the foam.  If you don’t want to mess up the seat on your bike you could always buy a second one cheaply from somewhere like ebay and then modify it.  It’s definately going to be cheaper and easier than physically lowering a bike.

If anyone reading this needs any further advice, just drop me a message and I’ll do my best to help 🙂


Hyperpro Ride Height Adjustment Kits – Kawasaki Models

August 14, 2009

Picture this.. You have found the Kawasaki of your dreams.. But there is a problem! You feel the ride height is either too low or too high for you. But don’t panic with a Hyperpro Ride Height Adjustment Kit you can make your potential new bike a better fit for you.

With one of their height rising kits you can make your motorbike 20 to 30 millimetres higher, with a lowering kit you can lower your bike by 30 to 40 millimetres. THese kits could mean the difference between being able to ride the bike of your dreams comfortably and safely or having to pick another one.

Made from high grade aluminium, the Hyperpro Ride Height Adjustment Kits are designed to safely adjust the ride height of the bike.

Full fitting instructions are supplied with the kits but if you are unsure in any way about fitting the kit, then it is best you take your bike to your nearest bike workshop and have them do it for you.

Please note that when lowering or raising the ride height of your machine you may need to adjust things such as the length of the side stand and also you may need to make adjustments to the front forks.

Check your local dealer, or an online store for prices, availability and ordering information.

If you are a female rider looking at adjusting the height of your motorcycle you may like to take a look at these posts which have more information about girls and the sizes of motorbikes we can ride

Girls and Modern Sports Bikes

Bikes Girls Can Ride

Choosing Your First ‘Big’ Bike

Also see the entries I have done for the different motorcycle manufacturers

Honda Models

Suzuki

Yamaha

BMW

And just so that you can easily find all the information you need, here is a link to the HyperPro website where you can find PDF files which show you by how much you can raise and lower each model of motorcycle by.  This link is for the Lowering Kits they supply, and this is for the PDF list of Height Raising Kits.

Hyperpro Ride Height Adjuster Kits are available for the following Kawasaki motorcycle models.

Please note, I do not sell these kits.  You will need to contact your local bike shop/dealer/garage to purchase one.

KAWASAKI GPZ 500 S (EX 500 D) – 94> (Lowering Kit)
KLE 500 (LE 500 A) – 91> (Lowering Kit)
ZX-6R (ZX 600 F) – 95-97 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
ZX-6R (ZX 600/ GG) – 98-00 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
ZX-6R (ZX 600/ JJ) – 00-02 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
ZX-6R (ZX 636 A/B) – 02-04 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
ZX-6R (ZX 636 C) – 05> (Lowering & Raising Kit)
ZZR 600 – 95> (Lowering Kit)
ER-6 N/F – 05> (Lowering Kit)
VERSYS 650 – 07> (Lowering Kit)
Z 750 (ZR 750 J) – 04> (Lowering & Raising Kit)
Z 750 (WITH ABS) (ZR 750 J) – 07> (Lowering & Raising Kit)
ZX-7R (Raising Kit)
ZX-9R NINJA (ZX 900 B/C) – 94-99 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
ZX-9R NINJA (ZX 900 EE) – ’00-01 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
ZX-9R NINJA (ZX 900 EE) – 02-03 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
KLV 1000 (WV BS) – 04> (Lowering Kit)
Z 1000 (ZRT) – 03> (Lowering Kit)
ZX-10R (ZXT 00 C) – 04> (Lowering Kit)
ZX-10R (ZX10) (Raising Kit)
ZX-12 R (ZXT 20 A) – 00-01 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
ZX-12 R (ZXT 20 AB) – 02> (Lowering Kit)


Hyperpro Ride Height Adjustment Kits – Honda Motorcycle Models

August 10, 2009

If riding the Honda motorcycle of your dreams involves lowering or even raising the ride height then help is at hand with Hyperpro Ride Height Adjustment Kits.

With one of their height rising kits you can make your motorbike 20 to 30 millimetres higher, with a lowering kit you can lower your bike by 30 to 40 millimetres. In real terms this means an essential difference as to whether you are able to ride the bike of your dreams comfortably and safely.

Made from high grade aluminium, the Hyperpro Ride Height Adjustment Kits are designed to safely adjust the ride height of the bike.

Please note that when lowering or raising the ride height of your machine you may need to adjust things such as the length of the side stand and also you may need to make adjustments to the front forks.

Full fitting instructions are supplied with the kits but if you are unsure in any way about fitting the kit, then it is best you take your bike to your nearest bike workshop and have them do it for you.

Check your local dealer for prices and ordering information.

If you are a female rider looking at adjusting the height of your motorcycle you may like to take a look at these posts which have more information about girls and the sizes of motorbikes we can ride 🙂

Girls and Modern Sports Bikes

Bikes Girls Can Ride

Choosing Your First ‘Big’ Bike

Also take a look at the entries for HyperPro Ride Height Adjustment Kits for the following motorcycle manufacturers.

Kawasaki

Suzuki

Yamaha

BMW

Hyperpro Ride Height Adjuster Kits are available for the following models of Honda motorbikes

Please note, I do not sell these kits.  You will need to contact your local bike shop/dealer/garage to purchase one.

Honda XLV 125 Varadero 04- (Lowering Kit)
Honda CB(F) 500 04-.(Lowering Kit)
Honda CBF 500 05-  (Lowering Kit)
Honda CB 600 Hornet 07-(Lowering Kit)
Honda CB 600 Hornet 98-05 (Lowering Kit)
Honda CB 600 Hornet 05- (Lowering Kit)
Honda CB 900 Hornet 02-03  (Lowering Kit)
Honda CBF 600 04  (Lowering Kit)
Honda CBR 600 F / F Sport 99-07 (Lowering + Raising Kit)
Honda CBR 600 FV-FW 97-98  (Lowering Kit)
Honda CBR 600 FS-FT 95-96 (Lowering Kit)
Honda CBR600RR 07> (Lowering Kit)
Honda CBR600RR 05-06 (Lowering Kit)
Honda CBR600RR 03-04 (Lowering Kit)
Honda NX 650 Dominator (Lowering Kit)
Honda NTV 650 Deauville  (Lowering Kit)
Honda NTV 700 Deauville  (Lowering Kit)
Honda XL700 V Transalp (Lowering Kit)
Honda VFR 750 F 94-97 (Lowering +Raising Kit)
Honda VFR 800 Fi 98-01 (Lowering + Raising Kit)
Honda VFR800Fi  02-05 (Lowering + Raising Kit)
Honda VFR 800 V-Tec 02-07  (Lowering Kit)
Honda CB900 SF Hornet 02-06 (Lowering Kit)
Honda CBR 900 RR Fireblade 00-01 (Lowering + Raising Kit)
Honda CBR 900 RR Fireblade 98-99  (Lowering + Raising Kit)
Honda CBR 900 RR Fireblade 96-97  (Lowering + Raising Kit)
Honda CBR 900 RR Fireblade 92-95  (Lowering + Raising Kit)
Honda CBR 1000 RR Fireblade 04-05  (Lowering + Raising Kit)
Honda CBR 1000 RR Fireblade 06-  (Lowering + Raising Kits)
Honda VTR1000 F Firestorm 97> (Raising Kit)
Honda VTR1000 SP-1 00> (Raising Kit)
Honda XL 1000 Varadero 03-08 (Lowering Kit)
Honda XL 1000 Varadero 99-02 (Lowering Kit)
Honda X11 99- (Lowering Kit)
Honda CBR 1100 XX Blackbird 97-  (Lowering Kit)

Full details of the Hyperpro Lowering kits can be found in a PDF file here and details of the highering kits can be found in PDF format here.  The information includes measurements of how much you can raise or lower your motorcycle by.

If you are in the USA, ride height adjuster kits can be found by following this link and doing a search

Parts and Accessories for Honda Motorcycles


Hyperpro Ride Height Adjustment Kits – BMW

August 9, 2009

Hyperpro do a range of ride height adjustment kits for BMW motorcycles so you can lower or raise your motorbike to make it a better fit for yourself.

Made from high grade aluminium, the HyperPro Ride Height Adjuster Kits, safely adjust your bikes height and come with full fitting instructions.  As always with working on your bike, if you are not sure you will be able to fit the kit yourself take your bike along to your local bike shop and have them do it for you.

If you are a female rider looking at buying a motorcycle and you are unsure of which model to go for, then these entries may help you, or at least give you an idea of what sorts of bikes other girls are riding.

Girls and Modern Sports Bikes

Bikes Girls Can Ride

Choosing Your First ‘Big’ Bike

I have also produced entries on the following motorcycle manufacturers so you can see what other kits are supplied by HyperPro.

Honda

Kawasaki

Yamaha

Suzuki

Here is a link to the HyperPro website where you can find PDF files which show you by how much you can raise and lower each model of motorcycle by.  This link is for the Lowering Kits they supply, and this is for the PDF list of Height Raising Kits.

Hyperpro Ride Height Adjustment Kits are available for the following models of BMW motorcycles

Please note, I do not sell these kits.  You will need to contact your local bike shop/dealer/garage to purchase one.

BMW F 650 GS ’00> (Lowering Kit)

BMW F 800 GS ’08> (Lowering Kit)

BMW F 800 S `06> (Lowering Kit)

BMW K 1100 LT (Lowering Kit)

BMW R 1100 GS ’94-’98 (Lowering Kit)

BMW R 1150 GS ’99-’03 (Lowering Kit)

BMW R 1150 GS ’94-’98 (Lowering Kit)

BMW R 1150 GS Adventure (Lowering Kit)

BMW R 1200 GS `04-`05 (Lowering Kit)

BMW R 1200 GS `06> (Lowering Kit)

BMW R 1200 GS ADVENTURE `06> (Lowering Kit)


HyperPro Ride Height Adjuster Kits – Suzuki Models

July 18, 2009

The manufacturers of motorcycle always design their machines for the ‘average’ rider, but unfortunately there is no such thing.  Now if you are looking at buying yourself a Suzuki you may find that you absolutely love a particular model but the ride height is either a little high or low for you to feel comfortable and safe.

Thanks to companies such as HyperPro you can still have the bike you want as you can adjust the ride height so that the bike is a perfect fit for you.  The HyperPro Ride Height Adjuster Kits can make the motorbike up to 40mm lower or 30mm higher.

Made from high grade aluminium, the HyperPro Ride Height Adjustment Kits are designed to safely adjust the ride height of the bike.

The kits come supplied with full fitting instructions but, as always, if you are not sure you will be able to do the job it may be best to take your bike into your nearest bike workshop and have them do it for you.

Don’t forget that if you are adjusting the ride height of the bike you may also need to adjust other things such as the length of the side stand as well as the front fork set up.

If you are a female rider looking at buying a motorcycle and you are unsure of which model to go for, then these entries may help you, or at least give you an idea of what sorts of bikes other girls are riding.

Girls and Modern Sports Bikes

Bikes Girls Can Ride

Choosing Your First ‘Big’ Bike

I have also produced entries on the following motorcycle manufacturers so you can see what other kits are supplied by HyperPro.

Honda

Kawasaki

Yamaha

BMW

Here is a link to the HyperPro website where you can find PDF files which show you by how much you can raise and lower each model of motorcycle by.  This link is for the Lowering Kits they supply, and this is for the PDF list of Height Raising Kits.

HyperPro Ride Height Adjustment Kits are available for the following models of Suzuki Motorbikes

Please note, I do not sell these kits.  You will need to contact your local bike shop/dealer/garage to purchase one.

DR-Z 400 S ’00> (Lowering Kit)
DR-Z 400 SM ’00> (Lowering Kit)
GS 500 E `89> (Lowering Kit)
GSF 600 N BANDIT `95-`99 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
GSF 600 S+N BANDIT ’00> (Lowering & Raising Kit)
GSR 600 `06 (Lowering Kit)
GSX 600 F `98> (Lowering & Raising Kit)
GSX-R 600 `96-`00 (Lowering Kit)
GSX-R 600 ’01-’05 (Lowering Kit)
GSX-R 600 `06> (Lowering Kit)
GSX-R 600 ’06-’07 (Lowering Kit)
RF 600 R `93> (Lowering Kit)
RF 600 R `93-`97 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
DL 650 V-STROM `04> (Lowering Kit)
GSF 650 (S) BANDIT `05> (Lowering Kit)
SV 650 ’03> (Lowering Kit)
SV 650 N `99-`02 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
SV 650 S `99-`02 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
GSX 750 F `98> (Lowering & Raising Kit)
GSX-R 750 ’00-’05 (Lowering Kit)
GSX-R 750 ’06-’07 (Lowering Kit)
GSX-R 750 W (T>) `96-`99 (Lowering Kit)
RF 900 R `94> (Lowering & Raising Kit)
DL 1000 V-STROM ’02> (Lowering Kit)
GSX-R 1000 ’01-’04 (Lowering Kit)
GSX-R 1000 `05> (Lowering Kit)
SV 1000 N ’03> (Lowering Kit)
SV 1000 S ’03> (Lowering Kit)
GSF 1200 BANDIT `95-`99 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
GSF 1200/S BANDIT ’00> (Lowering Raising Kit)
GSF 1250 BANDIT `07> (Lowering Kit)
GSX-R 1300 HAYABUSA `99> (Lowering & Raising Kit)


HyperPro Ride Height Adjustment Kits – Yamaha Models

July 8, 2009

As I seem to be working my way through the different bike manufacturers and listing which models you can buy a HyperPro Ride Height Adjustment Kit for I thought I would do the Yamaha motorcycle models next.

With one of their lowering kits you can lower your bike by 30 to 40 millimetres while with a height rising kits you can make your motorbike 20 to 30 millimetres higher. This could make all the difference to you feeling safe and comfortable on the bike of your choice.

Made from high grade aluminium, the HyperPro Ride Height Adjustment Kits are designed to safely adjust the ride height of the bike.  Full fitting instructions are supplied with the kits but if you are unsure in any way about fitting the kit, then it is best you take your bike to your nearest bike workshop and have them do it for you.

Please note that when lowering or raising the ride height of your machine you may need to adjust things such as the length of the side stand and also you may need to make adjustments to the front forks.

Here is a link to the HyperPro website where you can find PDF files which show you by how much you can raise and lower each model of motorcycle by.  This link is for the Lowering Kits they supply, and this is for the PDF list of Height Raising Kits.

If you are a lady rider looking to get a bike and are unsure of what bikes you may be able to ride, please check out the following posts as they should give you more information on the bikes you will be able to ride.

Bikes Girls Can Ride

Girls And Modern Sports Bikes

Choosing Your First ‘Big’ Bike

Also check out the following posts which cover the other models of bikes you can get the HyperPro Adjustment Kits for:

Honda

Kawasaki

Suzuki

BMW

Here is a link to the HyperPro website where you can find PDF files which show you by how much you can raise and lower each model of motorcycle by.  This link is for the Lowering Kits they supply, and this is for the PDF list of Height Raising Kits.

Yamaha Ride Height Adjuster Kits

Please note, I do not sell these kits.  You will need to contact your local bike shop/dealer/garage to purchase one.

DT 125 R/X `91-`05 (Lowering Kit)
MAJESTY 250 SV `98> (Lowering Kit)
MT-01 `05> (Lowering Kit)
XG 250 TRICKER `06 (Lowering Kit)
FZ-6 FAZER `04-’06 (Lowering Kit)
FZ-6 FAZER `04-’06 (Lowering Kit)
FZR 600 GENESIS 89-93 (Lowering Kit)
FZR 600 R `94-`95 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
FZS 600 FAZER `98> (Lowering Kit)
MT-03 ’06> (Lowering Kit)
YZF 600 R6 `98-`02 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
YZF 600 R6 ’03-’05 (Lowering Kit)
YZF 600 R6 `06-`08 (Lowering Kit)
YZF 600 THUNDERCAT `96-`03 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
SZR 660 `96> (Lowering Kit)
XT 660 R `04> (Lowering Kit)
XT 660 R `04> (Lowering Kit)
XT 660 X SUPERMOTO `04> (Lowering Kit)
XT 660 Z TENERE ’08> (Lowering Kit)
XT 660 Z TENERE ’08> (Lowering Kit)
YZF 750 R `93-`98 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
YZF 750 SP `93-`94 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
YZF 750 SP `95> (Lowering & Raising Kit)
TDM 850 `91> (Lowering Kit)
TDM 900 ’02> (Lowering Kit)
XJ 900 S DIVERSION `95> (Lowering Kit)
FZ-1 FAZER `06> (Lowering Kit)
FZR 1000 EXUP `89-`95 (Lowering Kit)
FZS 1000 FAZER ’01-’05 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
FZS 1000 FAZER ’01>(Lowering Kit)
YZF 1000 R1 `04> (Lowering Kit)
YZF 1000 R1 `07-`08 (Lowering Kit)
YZF 1000 R1 ’07> (Lowering Kit)
YZF 1000 R1 ’07> (Lowering Kit)
YZF 1000 R1 ’07> (Lowering Kit)
YZF 1000 THUNDERACE `96> (Lowering & Raising Kit)
BT 1100 BULLDOG ’01> (Lowering  & Raising Kit)
V-MAX/ VMX 1200 `93> (Lowering Kit)
FJR 1300 ’01-’05 (Lowering & Raising Kit)
FJR 1300 `06> (Lowering & Raising Kit)


Lowering Kits From M & P (UK)

January 29, 2009

M & P do a fantastic range of ride height adjuster kits if you need to lower your motorbike so it is a better fit for you. 

The kits, which come supplied with full fitting instructions, allow you to modify the height of the machine by either changing the shock linkages or the shock heads. 

Although you can fit them yourself they do recommend fitting by a specialist workshop, especially if you have any doubts about your ability to fit the kit correctly. 

Motorcycle lowering kits are supplied, by M & P for the following motorcycle models

Aprilia

650 (Pegaso), 650 (Pegaso (Fuel Inj)), RSV 1000 (Factory), RSV 1000 (Mille), RSV 1000 (Mille), RSV 1000 (Mille R), RSV 1000 (Tuono), RSV 1000 (Tuono)

BMW

F 650, F 650 (Funduro), F 650 (Scarver), G 650 (XCountry), G 650 (XMoto), F 800, F 800, R 850, R 1100, R 1100, R 1150, R 1150 (Adventure), K 1200, K 1200 (K40), K 1200 (Sport), R 1200, R 1200 (Adventure)

Buell

1000 (XB9R Firebolt), 1200 (XB12R Firebolt)

Cagiva

650 (Raptor), 650 (V-Raptor), 1000 (Raptor), 1000 (V-Raptor), Honda XL 125 (Varadero), XR 125, CBF 500, CBF 500 (ABS), CB 600 (Hornet), CB 600 (Hornet), CB 600 (Hornet ABS), CB 600 (Hornet Faired), CBF 600, CBF 600 (ABS), CBF 600 (Faired), CBF 600 (Faired ABS), CBR 600 (F), CBR 600 (F), CBR 600 (RR), CBR 600 (RR), NTV 600 (Revere), FMX 650 (Supermoto), NT 650 (Deauville), NTV 650, XL 650 (Transalp), VFR 750, VFR 800, VFR 800 (ABS), CB 900 (Hornet), CBR 900 (Fireblade), CBR 900 (Fireblade), CBF 1000 CBF 1000 (ABS,) CBR 1000 (Fireblade), CBR 1000 (Fireblade), XL 1000 (Varadero), XL 1000 (Varadero), XL 1000 (Varadero ABS), CB 1100 (X-11), CBR 1100 (Blackbird),

Kawasaki

EX 500 (GPZ500S), KLE 500, ZX 600 (ZX6R), ZX 600 (ZX6RR,) ZX 600 (ZX6RR), ZX 600 (ZZR600), ZX 636 (ZX6R), ZX 636 (ZX6R), ZX 636 (ZX6R), ER 650 (ER6N), ER 650 (ER6N ABS), EX 650 (ER6F Faired), EX 650 (ER6F Faired ABS), KLE 650 (Versys), KLE 650 (Versys ABS), ZR 750 (Z750), ZR 750 (Z750), ZR 750 (Z750 ABS), ZR 750 (Z750S Faired), ZR 750 (ZR7), ZR 750 (ZR7S Faired), ZX 900 (ZX9R), KLV 1000, ZR 1000 (Z1000), ZR 1000 (Z1000), ZR 1000 (Z1000 ABS), ZX 1000 (ZX10R), ZX 1000 (ZX10R), ZX 1200 (ZX12R), ZG 1400 (GTR1400), ZX 1400 (ZZR1400), ZX 1400 (ZZR1400 ABS).

KTM

640 (Duke 2), LC4 640 (Supermoto), 990 (Superduke).

Suzuki

GS 500, GSF 600 (Bandit), GSF 600 (Bandit), GSF 600 (Bandit Faired), GSF 600 (Bandit Faired), GSR 600, GSX 600, GSX 600, GSXR 600, GSXR 600, GSXR 600, RF 600, DL 650 (V-Strom), GSF 650 (Bandit), GSF 650 (Bandit Faired), GSF 650 (Bandit Faired ABS), SV 650, SV 650, SV 650 (Half Faired), SV 650 (Half Faired), XF 650 (Freewind), GSX 750, GSXR 750, RF 900, DL 1000 (V-Strom), GSXR 1000, SV 1000, SV 1000 (Half Faired), GSXR 1100, GSF 1200 (Bandit), GSF 1200 (Bandit Faired), GSX 1300 (B-King), GSX 1300 (Hayabusa).

Triumph

600 (Daytona), 600 (Speed Four), TT 600, 675 (Daytona), 675 (Street Triple), 955 (Daytona T955), 1050 (Speed Triple), 1050 (Tiger).

Yamaha

DT 125 (R 3MB), DT 125 (RE Electric Start), DT 125 (Supermoto), XT 125 (R Trail), XT 125 (X Supermoto), FZ 600 (FZ6 Fazer), FZ 600 (FZ6 Naked), FZR 600, FZS 600 (Fazer), XJ 600 (Diversion), XJ 600 (Unfaired), YZF 600 (Thundercat), YZF 600 (YZF-R6), 660 (MT-03), SZR 660, XT 660, XT 660 (SuperMoto), YZF 750, TDM 900, XJ 900 (Diversion), FZ 1000 (FZ1 Fazer), FZ 1000 (FZ1 Naked), FZR 1000 (Exup), FZR 1000 (Exup RU), FZS 1000 (Fazer), YZF 1000 (Thunderace), YZF 1000 (YZF-R1), BT 1100 (Bulldog), VMX 1200 (V-Max), VMX 1200 (V-Max US Import), FJR 1300, FJR 1300 (ABS), 1700 (MT-01)

 

Take a look at my other posts concerning bike height

Ride Height Adjustment Kits From HyperPro

Daytona Ladystar (M-Star) Boots – Help For The Vertically Challenged Motorcyclist!

Other Helpful Posts Include

Choosing Your First ‘Big’ Motorbike

Girls and Modern Sports Bikes

Bikes Girls Can Ride