Yamaha lowering link (Home-made)


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  • rufusz

Posted January 05, 2009 - 03:08 AM

#1

Hi guys,

Next week I will try to make myself a lowering link for 02 YZ426, similar to the YamaLink product to save those 250+$ and spend it on something else :thinking:
Now the question is : does someone know by how much should I modify the distance between the bearings and the suspension screw and/or the distance between the bearings?
I luckily have a photo of an original link and one from yamalink put next to each other, so I will try to calculate using those photos, taking in account that 1-2mm precision is more than acceptable.
(probably will post that image when I get home)

For those who don't know, this is the yamalink :
http://www.motorcycl...wering-link-yzf

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  • husqy360

Posted January 05, 2009 - 05:42 AM

#2

cool
i like nipples:prof:





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