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Lowering links 2019

Hey there everyone, I recently purchased a 2019 zx6r, and I need to get it lowered to feel fully comfortable on it.

I'm having trouble finding a lowering link that fits it though.

Does anyone know if the previous model of ninja would use the same as the new?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Yeah anything for 2013 and up will work since its the same bike. They didnt change it throughout the last few years.
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Thank you!! Great, plenty of selections then.
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Yeah anything for 2013 and up will work since its the same bike. They didnt change it throughout the last few years.
Follow up question, does this also apply for slip on exhausts? specifically the R-77 Yoshimura that fits the 13-18 zx6r
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Follow up question, does this also apply for slip on exhausts? specifically the R-77 Yoshimura that fits the 13-18 zx6r
Yup
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Consider shaving your seat before lowering, safer ultimately than altering geometry. If not then balance front to rear at least.
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