I hope one comes out soon!! Its gonna look sick with a lift.I wish highlighter would have been more reasonable, we'd have a kit by now. I'm not paying for their r&d , gas, and time to drop it off to them. I figured from the videos the owner would be a fellow that is down to earth. I spoke with the product manager. Maybe I should have email him directly.. So like others I wait. I'm thinking the wolverin will get 3-4 in of lift with no binding axle, and 2 in for the guys that don't want to go higher.
Lol forget looking sick...I just want it to clear the rocks! I have my preload tightened as far as it can(9 turns from stock) on all four corners and it still sags more than 50% of the travel under its own weight. Then add me and my wife and a spare tire, 5 gallons of gas, tools and a cooler of brews and we are squatting pretty low.I hope one comes out soon!! Its gonna look sick with a lift.
Yes all the way down. Front end is at about 12" rear is at 12.5" after tightening. This is with nobody in it, but the rear has a full size 28" spare, jack, small cooler with tools.in it, small cooler with drinks in it, 5 gallons of gas and of course a machete lol. Even so, I noticed the ride height diminished significantly after about the first 100 miles. Got squishier too.So you have your springs tightened all the way down? Wow, I'd be sitting about 14 or 15inches with that much preload.
This is good news!!! EpicWolverine stated that when he spoke to high lifter they wanted his bike to stay at there facility for a month. So lets hope to see it on the market soon!!Just talked to highlighter and they just said the have a wolverine r spec in the shop and are working on a 2-3 inch lift as we are speaking