I am very pleased with the work you have done, I could tell the bike was perfect as soon as I took the bike off the lift. Just looking at the height I new it was much better than before. So I was able to sit on the bike and crank with out leaning, Both feet on the ground, Perfect. The ride on very rough wash out roads and potholes, the bike felt much more stable. Best modification I have made to the Bike, well worth the money. Thanks for the superior service work and very Quick turn around time to install the Lowering kit. Highly recommended to any one riding rough terrain, I am 5′ 10″ it works for me.
- Bike performed awesome just as you set it up. I didn’t change any clickers or anything. Nice and plush, tracks straight, and never surprises me (expect the throttle). Marshall was riding behind me on the first ride, in the wet, and he was shocked that it was my first ride on the 500. He said I looked perfectly at home on it. I was taking it kind of easy, getting the know the bike, and trying to stay smooth. I took it as a huge compliment and indicator of how great this bike is for me.
Overall, I feel much better on the bike. They come one size fits all and I have shorter than average legs probably with an inseam of 30.” Much more confident now. I can get almost flat-footed on the ground whereas before it easy toe tips only.
And here is where I found MotoLab, and had the pleasure of speaking with Rob, gave him my information how I like to ride, and he made his recommendations and voila… The following work was done: Lowered my KTM by 1” both front and back, changed the suspension to match my weight. I sent everything on a Monday and got my reworked suspension back by Saturday morning, ready for the weekend. After a little bit of adjusting of the SAG (super important)… everything came together, and I have to say that I am super happy, both having adjusted the suspension, and what a difference lowering the bike by only 1”, pivot turns, gnarly hills and little canyons, done with a lot more confidence and control. If you are undecided go for it, and you’ll be happy you follow Rob’s advice. MotoLab rules…