Hi there, I want to raise the rear ride height on my bike a little. Coming from a ZX7R where this was done by screwing in & out the top nuts that held the shocker in place on the top shock mount I looked in the same place on my gsxr. There is about 20mm of thread sticking through the nut that holds the top shock mount to the bike. My idea is to shim out underneath the mount about 20mm (ie use the spare thread length) thus raising the rear of the bike. I can't see a problem with this but as I'm an idiot sometimes and don't want to kill myself at my next Brands Hatch trackday next Monday can anybody tell me if this is the right/wrong way to do it. I don't want to play with spring preload etc as I've got it just about right. Thanks in advance for any replies that help out.