Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Monday, September 23, 2013

Brian's 2012 YZ lowering question for his 125

Can you recommend anyone in the Washington DC area to install one of you're a lowering links on ma YZ 125 2012 model? Thanks for the help.

We cannot. The instructions that come with each YamaLink are super simple to follow, and any mechanic can do it easily. The most crucial part is resetting sag and being properly sprung for the YamaLink's extra leverage, otherwise the bike will handle poorly, bottom, understeer, etc:

John's 2013 Yamaha WR250R lowering link question

I purchased a 2013 Yamaha WR250R today. Your website indicates that your Yamalink with lower my bike by 2 inches (when combined with the factory lowering option.) I am unfamiliar with the factory lowering option. Do I need to install the factory lowering option before I install your Yamalink?

The factory lowering is on your bike. It's a simple procedure involving turning the shock clevis/block up toward the rebound knob.