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    R1200GSA Lowering

    Hi not sure where to post this question? Looking for advise on the best option to lower my 2009 GSA other than a lower seat conversion. Any advise would be much appreciated

    Regards Steve

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    Denz0 on here(Lukas) at TTech suspension serviced and lowered my GS shocks 30mm. Loads of recommendation on the forum for his work.

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    Lowering a 2009 is fairly easy

    30mm lower shocks front and rear - Denzo , Wilburs etc - £250 - £400

    You will also need a lower centre stand - 30mm cut out and re welded of the uprights if pretty straightforward

    The side stand however needs a different approach,

    you can purchase a lowered side stand from the mother ship, or you can cut out 30mm from the side stand and re weld it,

    however you need to cut the 30mm out in a certain place so you keep the lean angle relative

    Add a factory low seat, and your balls to flat footing it

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    I have a set of Hyperpro lowering springs in my garage from my old 2009 GSA gathering dust, PM me if you want further info and I'll dig them out.
    ADAM

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    You just need GS shocks and stands. And maybe lower seat if you need.

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    Thanks guys for all your feedback

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