Join Date: Feb 2016
Location: Central Kentucky
If you are going to do just one end at a time, evaluate what you don't like about the suspension based on your weight and the way you ride. That should help you choose where to start. I have a 2013, and the rear shock was pretty darn bad so that is what I would have done first had I only reworked one end at a time.
However, I would agree with those who say save up some more money and do both ends at the same time. You will likely get better results that way and your bike will be sorted. I took mine to Traxxion Dynamics in Woodstock, Georgia and they did a very good job.
2013 Ninja 1000.....Osram Nightbreakers, Pazzo levers, Vesrah pads, Puig screen, R&G frame sliders / case covers / axle protector, Sargent seat, PC5 with Ivans fuel map and ECU reflash, Akrapovic full exhaust, forks and shock rebuilt by Traxxion Dynamics.
2019 Yamaha Tracer 900 GT.....ECU reflashed by Ivan.