Can a Kawasaki KLR 650 be lowered?

Can a Kawasaki KLR 650 be lowered?

Product Description. Our (2008-2018) KLR650 turnbuckle style lowering links are infinitely adjustable between stock height and a 4 inch drop. We also have raising or raising/lowering links for the KLR650. No need to remove bolts and disassemble the rear suspension every time you raise or lower your bike.

What is the seat height of a Kawasaki KLR 650?

34.3 in
2022 Kawasaki KLR 650 Specifications

Wheelbase 60.6 in
Ground Clearance 8.3 in
Seat Height 34.3 in
Curb Weight 460.6 lb

How do I lower my KLR 650?

If you don’t want to spend a bunch of money, buy a lowering link for 2″ drop. If you are mechanical, you can make the links of steel flat stock to lower your bike and make them lower it maybe 3 inches. Of course you should raise the forks to lower the front end and apparently they’ll only drop about 1ΒΌ”.

How much does a 2007 klr650 weight?

Overall height: 53.0 in. Ground clearance: 9.4 in. Seat height: 35.0 in. Dry weight: 337 lbs.

How fast is a Kawasaki KLR 650?

88-90 mph
At top speed, which seems to be 88-90 mph on level ground, full tuck with no wind, the KLR doesn’t feel like it’s straining too hard or about to launch the piston through the fuel tank. First gear, however, could be a bit lower.

How do I lower my motorcycle?

There are two main ways riders lower their motorcycle: by changing the seat and/or replacing the shocks, the bikes suspension. Trading out your stock shocks for aftermarket ones that lower your motorcycle beyond the factory settings always alters the handling of the motorcycle and should be considered with this option.

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Are Kawasaki KLR 650 reliable?

The Kawasaki KLR 650 has become a legendary motorcycle for a reason. It’s reliability, simplicity, and low cost of entry and ownership are some of the main reasons. There’s also the fact that there isn’t anything quite like it in the market. For decades now, the KLR has been the more comfortable dual-sport machine.