My dad has a c109r and is a little short. I was wondering if anyone has lowered one? Is it like the M? Where did you buy the links? thanks!
I've been searching for lowering kits for my C for months but there is nothing available yet.....My dad has a c109r and is a little short. I was wondering if anyone has lowered one? Is it like the M? Where did you buy the links? thanks!
I am not 100% on this... but i am pretty sure the C109 has the same style swing arm as the M90 and not the same set up as the M109R... i could be thinking of the C90 though... could someone with a C109 verify what type of swing arm you have?Are the C109R links like the M109R or the M90? The M109R links are a lot different than the M90 links. They have spacers with bearings instead of the relatively simple flat type like the M90 or C90.
i am gonna have to agree an aftermarket seat might be a better bet, unless the bike is gonna be strictly for "cruising" and not hitting twisties or even enjoying highspeed runs at sweepers .Have you tried a different seat.
Some of the aftermarket seats drop the height.
I wouldn't dare lower mine. I drag the boards too much right now and I have the preload jacked all the way up on the rear shock.
:agree:The bones for the C and the M are different! M bones won't work.Scootworks in NC are fabing me a set and there are not the same as the M109
I haven't scrapped my floorboards yet. Not many roads around here with that much lean needed. I sit flat footed with my knees bent on mine.I too have clipped my right floorboard feeler on slow right hand turns, several times near my house...still suprises me every time I do it. If it were lower, I'd be dragging on way too many corners for my comfort.
I'm 6' weigh in at about 230, I can flatfoot the bike, but extended stays there are uncomfortable as the edges of the seat are hard. Prolly get an aftermarket seat to clear that up, it's on the master list...