Hi All, My wife has just purchased an immaculate 2008 Honda CB400 Super Four with 490 km on the clock. It is such a great bike but unfortunately she is vertically challenged at 5'1" tall and is on the balls of her feet when standing. Not too bad and she can one cheek it but I would like to try to get it a touch lower for her. I am looking at lowering the yoke through the forks about 25-30mm and lowering the rear the same. AFAIK the standard eyelet to eyelet shocker is 335mm . Can anyone confirm this ???? without me pulling the shock off and does anyone know of a suitable replacement that is around 305-310mm with eyelets at both ends. I have looked on Fleabay and most are the low to average quality (older) style type or the YSS at $500 a set. I would prefer to get somewhere in the middle but may have to look at the up market types to retain the ride comfort. I've flick off a couple of emails but wanted to see what the consensus was on the forum. Does any one have any experience with this modification - good or bad. How much will affect ride and handling. My wife is 50kg plus gear Thanks in advance.