Sport Rider Photos
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It ain't pretty, but it works. We were worried about running out of ride-height adjustment with the huge rear Pirelli slick, so we installed this lowering link from Adjustment Tech Racing ($280). There have been reports of the linkage bolts pulling out of the plates (with the expected consequences), so Nugent carved a second set from aluminum plate to add some support. The plates' unequal dimensions mean they can be oriented in different ways and used with a longer dogbone to subtly change the rear-suspension rate.
Triumph Daytona 675 Lowering Link