Why?The best way to lower the bike, if you want to, is to use the proper KTM kit.
As it lowers the front and rear by the same amount by the fitting of n
ew (shock/fork springs) so maintaining the geometry of the bike
It also comes with a shorter side stand. If you want to lower it, don’t start dropping the forks in the yokes and winding off the preload, fit the proper kit.
Thank you. Now I just need someone competent to help me look at this. LOLGenerally you need to set it so that when sat on the bike the shock compresses about 1/3 of its travel.
Alternatively, as the rear wheel travel is 150mm
You could set it so the rear wheel moves 50mm
You’d have to include the static sag (the amount it moves without anybody sat on the bike)
So if that’s 20mm you need to adjust for a further 30mm when you sit on the saddle.