I recently purchased a Koubalink for my 2013 CRF250X, and I'm satisfied with results. A friend of mine owns a 2008 Yamaha WR250F, and he wants to lowers his bike too. So I "googled" and find your site, but I have some questions:
How much of fork lift over tripleclamps he have to do when install your link?
Shock spring is a complicated science for us, so is possible to leave the OEM WR spring when put your link in place? Thanks in advance, I will report your answers to him!
Our reply: For the 2008 WR250F the forks are raised UP in the triple clamps starting at around 4mm and fine tuned based on personal preference. Just like the Kouba Link, a YamaLink may need a heavier spring to achieve proper sag depending on rider weight. If a rider is close to needing a heavier spring with the stock setup they will definitely need one with the YamaLink's extra leverage to get 94mm to 100mm sag.