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AMR-1001-Busa
Adjustable Suspension Linkage
Suzuki Hayabusa 99-09


Suspension Linkages, Adjustable - LinkPro

 
Fully adjustable ratio to provide harder or softer than stock suspension.
 
Fine tune weight transfer to rear wheel to accommodate rider weight, swingarm length, riding style, etc.
 
Will work with stock shock, no need to buy an expensive shock to get the weight transfer you need! Will also work great with an aftermarket shock though.
 
No more having to send out your shock to get it revalved or re-sprung when you make changes such as swingarm length, or when you want someone heavier or lighter to ride your bike that's set-up for your weight. Just adjust the
LinkPro to suit the new weight or set-up environment and you're ready to race!
 
Will significantly cut 60ft. times, especially for average riders.
 
Keeps the bike lower, longer through the pass for better E.T.'s.
 
For best results, use in conjunction with the fully adjustable lowering links to properly set ride height.
 
Comes with bearings already installed. Customer uses stock spacers, washers, and bolts.
 
Will fit all new generation GSXR 600, 750, 1000 as well as Hayabusa.
 
Made from 7075-T6 billet aluminum

Installation instructions for GSXR 1000

 

1. Jack up the bike as if you were replacing lowering links

2. Remove lowering links, lower shock bolt, kickstand bracket and the bolt that holds suspension linkage to the frame.

3. Insert stock bushings into LinkPro and install onto the frame using the stock hardware and spacers.

4. Reinstall the lower shock bolt

5. Install lowering links

6. Install kickstand bracket

7. Adjust LinkPro to your preferrence.

 

As far as adjusting the unit...It may be easier to adjust if some weight can be taken off the bike, i.e. jack the bike up as if replacing lowering links.

 

It adjusts quite easily like this. Just loosen the set screw on the side and turn the adjusting bolt to where you want it and tighten the set screw and you're done!

Price:  $349.95