10mm? Wow! Mine are flush with the triple. My rear sag is at about 25 mm. No extra spacers on the clevis aside from the stock one, which I can't remember what thickness it is. I have an adjustable Ohlins but it's set at 339 mm eye-to-eye length which from what I've been told is the same as the stock shock.
Could be right, I don't recall what he did to his rear height. Might as well ask him. @PainfullySlo...what's your rear height set at, or at least what have you done relative to stock? And while we're at it how much did you increase your front height by?
lol I admire your cander SBK, you don't like to step on toes huh? You basically said "mmmm I think you're wrong, but let's ask Pslow just in case!" :winkDifferent bike though, so can't compare. On my 1198 I raised my rear by like 15 mm and the front by just a few mm (can't remember for sure but pretty sure it was less than 5). That helped on that bike for sure, but on the zx6r, like I said I was surprised with how twitchy it was when I got it, and raising the front 5 mm, while leaving the rear at stock height helped a lot. Still feels like it's on rails, and it turns in quicker than any other bike I've ridden and doesn't go wide on exit, and also doesn't put me in a tank-slapper when I get on the gas hard, which is nice lol
Then again, everyone's different, so what works for one person may not work as well for another.