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  • 98+ Lift Kit (Custom Shortened Dogbone)

    Hey guys... I've been wanting to left the rear of my katana, kinda like Speedee (i think) has. I talked to ProMachining (ebay) and he asked me for some dimensions and said he can maybe work something out for me.

    My question for those of you w/ a 98+ that has been lifted... what dimensions should I give him. I don't want to go overkill and screw up my handling... i'm wanting improved handling and looks. Also I'm installing an Ohlin's rear shock very soon (thanks Cyber) so I need to stay compatible with that also.

    My second question... who all would be interested in one of these? Maybe I can talk him into a deal on a group buy.
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    the shock & the dogbones are two different issues. i made two custom sets of dogbones ( the first was too much ).

    i would suggest ( maybe cyber has it in the works ) on adjustable links. going through all the work and finding you would prefer it a bit higher/lower sucks.

    i think there are a number of companies that sell bones for the kat already - but only 1 ( that i found ) that has adjustable ones.

    tim

    p.s. you'll love the ohlins shock ! a huge improvement

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    • #3
      who sells the adjustable ones?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by skasner
        who sells the adjustable ones?

        http://www.adjustmenttech.com/

        i think i saw another set somewhere ( cheaper ) but a quick search didn't produce anything.

        tim

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