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Arrow Ninja H2 Adjustable Window Link Set



Innovative ‘window’ allows remaining thread engagement to be visually inspected unlike many other fully-adjustable links on the market. This simple idea can prevent a potentially hazardous situation which could occur if the ends pulled out during the launch or down track. Links allow for ultra-fine rear ride height adjustments without removal from the bike. Corrosion free stainless steel construction with ultra-trick black anodized aluminum ends.

Allows rear ride height adjustments without removing links from bike. Use stock links (and/or calipers) as a guide with equal threads showing in each window, and then count the same number of flats on the adjustment rods on each link to adjust ride height. Use the window as a final inspection.

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Wow you really come up with great innovation! There's nothing like having engineered something that is quality but importantly a simple and fast way of keeping peace of mind. Keep up the good work mate!
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I was thinking just the same as jeffro mentioned. And seems Brock's are the leaders when it comes to the H2.

Impressive guys and hope to see more of your gear making it's way across the pond
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I've fitted these to my 14R and my H2, I can thoroughly recommend them. Don't forget the radial brackets for the front straps which complement these rear links.
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I've fitted these to my 14R and my H2, I can thoroughly recommend them. Don't forget the radial brackets for the front straps which complement these rear links.
Did they make a lot of difference ? (I'm busy trying to work out why you were faster than me last year .......LOL )
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Did they make a lot of difference ? (I'm busy trying to work out why you were faster than me last year .......LOL )
No, none at all Owen. I wouldn't bother if I were you.

Btw, if you've fitted an aftermarket exhaust system you're going to be in Modified Stock class this year.
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I've got the Brock's kit ready to go for my first LSR, looking forward to the install when ready

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No, none at all Owen. I wouldn't bother if I were you.

Btw, if you've fitted an aftermarket exhaust system you're going to be in Modified Stock class this year.
Sounds like I'll be on Brock's website again soon .........

I thought about the lowering links front end straps for last year but decided against it as it was my first event and I was riding there and back - this year I'm coming up with a mate in a van so it's not a problem.

Thanks for the heads up on the class change - not something I would have thought about. Classes and placings don't really matter - I just want to crack 200 mph (and beat my mate on his Busa)
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Sounds like I'll be on Brock's website again soon .........

I thought about the lowering links front end straps for last year but decided against it as it was my first event and I was riding there and back - this year I'm coming up with a mate in a van so it's not a problem.

Thanks for the heads up on the class change - not something I would have thought about. Classes and placings don't really matter - I just want to crack 200 mph (and beat my mate on his Busa)
Owen,

The links and strap stay in place all of the time - we lower our H2's about an inch in the front and then level the rear. To race, we pull down a bit more on the front strap, on the street, simply loosen the strap. Zack rode our H2 home after running 219 at the Ohio mile, and the owner had 2500 miles that way at last count.

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