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Seems like a good quality part to me. Adjustable without removing, no irreversible modifications required to install, nice range of adjustment, good reviews.

No reason not to buy if you’re interested in lowering the rear end.
 

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you may need to already have an aftermarket exhaust (full system) for the adjustable links to work it would not clear the stock one for us on a customer bike.

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I only have the Yoshi slip on that Suzuki was giving away.
How would you recommend lowering my 2018 1000R?
Want 1-2 inches for my 28inch inseam. Thanks
 

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you may need to already have an aftermarket exhaust (full system) for the adjustable links to work it would not clear the stock one for us on a customer bike.

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so why dose it say rite on the brocks performance dot com w\ed site that it is
Specifically engineered for the GSX-R1000 to work with
OEM exhaust, slip-ons, and aftermarket full systems
 

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For what it's worth,
the Brocks link has been working great on my stock bike with the Yosh slip-on that Suzuki was offering on new bikes as part of the factory promotion.
 

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I put this Brook's piece on but to lift the bike, I have the after manifold, the piece is done well and works, excellent
 

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For what it's worth,
the Brocks link has been working great on my stock bike with the Yosh slip-on that Suzuki was offering on new bikes as part of the factory promotion.
Glad it's working well for you.
I would have tippy- toed more, and/or slide off a bit to one side when stopped.
 
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