This is not really a FAIL. Had I had the right links I would have been able to hide a little more height back to my bike, but oh well. I'll just keep it the height its been for the past year and a half lol. OR i'll see if someone shorter than me wants to trade for these links (and kickstand).
06-07 Lowering Gsxr front- Fork taper problem Solved!!!!!
I made this video to help out all those people who are experiencing issues
lowering the front of 06-07 gsxr because of the tapered fork. The tapered
fork will not allow the handlebars to tighten so we figured out a way to
close the gap by using (shims) It is safe and effective. I have been riding
for months on the highway with no problems. Hope this helps
2011 GSXR 750 Swing Arm Extenteded/Lowered
Lowered my gixxer 750 2011 about three inches the fastest and inexpensive
way i could come up with. This is only a quick remedy to lower the bike
until a lowering kit is used. Any question feel free, comments are also
welcome. good or bad..... its all good. Thanks for watching! Enjoy
07 GSXR 600 in Houston TRAFFIC 2nd video
its better than the first one not just sitting in traffic but no complaints
that i should go faster or
anything I wanna stay alive to make more videos
enjoy the video have a beer
EDIT:: keep in mind title says traffic video does not say i will be doing
200 through traffic wheelies and back flips its a traffic video
Setting suspension sag
Robert Taylor, Öhlins suspension guru from our sister company Crown Kiwi
Technical shows us how to set suspension sag on track day and road bikes.
Bike shown is the 2011 NZ Superstock Championship winning Yamaha R6 of
Video courtesy of the team at Bike Rider TV.
How I change the motorcycle oil
Step by step how I change the oil in a motorcycle. It is similar to
changing the oil in a car, as the oil must be drained, the filter must be
replaced and new oil must be poured into the oil reservoir. I change the
oil every 3,000 miles. Oil: Castrol GTX SAE 10W-30. Oil Filter: KN-303
Setting Sag - Yamaha R6
Dave Moss sets the sag on a 2009 Yamaha YZF-R6. Setting sag properly puts
the suspension into it's optimal working range, based on a riders weight.