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Old 09-25-2016, 10:18 PM
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Bike height

Can someone with a good handling VTR take a measurement from the ground to the bottom of the crankcase?

I think my bike is very tall compared to most. I have the triples somewhat high on the tubes and a Penske with 2 spacers at the top.

I want a baseline height for when I do a fork swap and know some standard to go by.

Also a measurement to the bottom of the lower triple would help too, or some point that could be compared.

Thanks to anyone who can do this odd request.
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Old 09-26-2016, 07:55 AM
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The bike sitting on the stand, measuring on the left side, I have 9,5'' from ground to the oïl pan/crank case seam or joint if you prefer. Once again taken from the left side, from ground to bottom of triple tree, I have 26''.

I may not be the perfect example since I run 900RR front end, with a custom made triple tree. However, we will be speaking of mm in différences from stock to my setup. So this should get you started pretty close.
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