Recently completed the fork swap on my 2014 650 ABS using 07 zx6r forks with 10 z1000 uppers, and 08 Versys 650 lower. Also used Nissin calipers paired with a Brembo 19x18 mkii just since I Like tinkering. Then I bought a used Penske double clicker with ride height adjustability from an 2006 ninja 650 and replaced the stock rear. I also replaced the regular bars with the woodcraft 1 1/2" riser plate I found from a parted out bike. So I am still using the stock brake lines with the ABS since a used carbon plate to mount the abs sensor on the forks reading the wheel speed. I've ridden a few short rides but it is winter and haven't been out to really put it through it's paces. I was mainly more concerned with the braking and that has seemed to work very well with the abs unit still performing its job.
I do have a few items I would like to address still, including updating the brake lines with stainless. I have looked on all the manufactures and can't find a kit made for the ABS unit. So I was curious if anyone knows of one or should i forgo the abs?
I'm also not 100% sure how all these changes have effected the ride geometry and was wondering if anyone has stock ride height measurements for the rear and the front?
I currently have the fork tubes sticking beyond the triple by 15mm and the shock was set to stock length, I was short sighted and did not get the ride measurements stock before hand.
I also intend to rebuild the forks and spring them for my weight of 180 lbs, as well as the rear. Both I believe are sprung for 150/160 respectively lbs riders.
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