Lowering Kit for Versys 650 Standard
Our Standard Lowering Kit for Kawasaki Versys 650 (2007-09 & 2010-13 model years) was designed by Speedy to seamlessly fit your bike and to provide for easy, smooth installation in your garage.
Each kit comes with easy, step-by-step installation instructions with photos. The main kit body, spacer, and washer are all made out of the 6061-T6 Kaiser Aircraft Aluminum and are clear anodized. This makes the kit resistant to corrosion.
Our patented one-piece-body lowering kit design is stronger than a casted gull-wing of the rear suspension of the bike. The lowering kit comes with all the high quality hardware needed for installation.
The kit lowers the seat to 31.25” (79.4 cm), which is 1.85” (47 mm) lower than the original seat height. It also addresses the issue of the rough rear suspension by making it a tad softer.
To reach the maximum lowering effect and to maintain Versys' geometry you must also lower the bike's front suspension after installing our lowering kit. In addition, to maintain the bike's original tilting angle while in the parking position we recommend shortening the kickstand. The instructions for lowering front suspension are provided as well.
Remember to also order our Flatfoot for the Lowering Kit. You will need it for after shortening the kickstand!
The Standard Lowering Kit fits the 2007 - 2013 Versys models that are not ABS-ready. If you plan on installing the kit on a bike with a hugger (rear fender), please buy a WR Lowering Kit version - see more information on our FAQ Page.
For a 2014 Versys 650, please buy a WR Lowering Kit if you have a U.S. bike version (2014 U.S. Model only comes with ABS brakes). If you have a European 2014 version without ABS brakes, select the 2010-13 option in your shopping cart.
For a 2015-16 Versys 650 Lowering Kit, please click here
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