You are correct sir.skibum91 said:Shaving the seat hurts the handling more than lowering the bike would, it puts you in more of a touring seating position so your front end is more likely to slide out under hard braking or cornering.
I don't think the gel seats are any lower than the stock seat is going to be, if thats what your asking about. haven't measured it out but it looked about the same thickness.
no if you like the way it handles now, its not going to change later on. If you start pushing the limits of the handling then you might need to figure something else out, but thats going to take a lot of track time before your to that point.Gigserlady6 said:No that's ok, I'm happy :thumbup: to hear other peoples opinion cause I'm not too familiar with all the mechanic. I got it lowered two inches and it handles fine right now, do you think it could hurt it later down the road?