Loving the bike BUT really miss leaning more forward... Anyone recommend a lowering solution??
There have been a couple of threads from people who used different sportbike clip-on risers to replace the factory mounts. This will allow you to get a different height (depending on what brand/height risers you pick), adjust the sweep of the bars a bit, and usually get a more sportbike-like angle to the bars (lowering the outside end of the bar). One question would be how much drop you want, and the other is how much drop you can actually have before you start running into interference problems with the fairings and tank.Loving the bike BUT really miss leaning more forward... Anyone recommend a lowering solution??
Good that's what is needed for more jockey position. I'm not familiar with them so was asking. Most of the talk about rearsets and pegs is by those wanting to lower them. When I initially picked up my N1K, being used to the sportbike type posture I also thought about lowering/angling the bars and raising the pegs, but wanted to get used to the bike first. Then I'm getting to old and the knees and hips just don't work like they used to, so I have left them alone. My days of knee dragging are over (although every once and a while) and I'm trying to get more time riding in comfort, although I am giving up some of the quality! If your body cooperates go for it, once you lose it, it's pretty much gone forever.Yes, you can go both up and back from stock position. I did both.