The danger you have here could be two things...
One is fork to fender clearance....I dont knwo how much distance is left.
Second, will your forks have full travel. You dont want them to bottom when the fender hits the fairing.
I dont think the front has a spare inch to give.
check out the link that rcannon posted, needle bearings in the eyes! much betterI'm trolling this post as I have a 29" inseam. I was ok with only getting the balls of my feet on the ground ground but upgrading to a Sargent seat raised it enough that I could only get my toes on the ground. Sure I could get the seat modded but I don't want to risk diminished comfort as I sometimes ride 1800 miles in 3 days.
It was time to replace my TCX X-Five Plus Gore-Tex and I went with a closeout on Sidi Tour Gore-Tex. The thicker sole got the balls of my feet back on the ground and my heels even touch....barely, so I'm cool for now.
But when its time for new tires I intend on going with the 190/55 rear and pushing the forks up 7mm in the risers for improved steering. This higher aspect tire may rise the bike up a bit and I may emply this lowering link I got before the boots:
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