What's good and what's not about the Hyperpro lowering spring kit for new Kawasaki Z650 (£89)?
What’s good? Designed to reduce the seat height of the new naked from its reasonable 790mm to a very accessible 765mm, the Hyperpro lowering spring is the same length as the original item so fits the standard shock. It produces the lowering effect courtesy of its special progressive spring rate.
What’s not? It’s best if you also invest in the lowering kit for the front end, too, which costs an £123.