Forks are 10 mm above triples 4 threads showing on the ohlins rear with a dk link power one 180-55.
This bike is just perfect the inputs are super light and where I look is where I go...
Is this for a track setup, or street setup? I guess I'm also asking if you would use this setup on only a street bike. I did some quick measuring on my new ohlins rear in the box and if it set to stock height from factory, you are basically showing one thread more than stock, or about 1 mm more. Does that sound correct?
I will be confirming the ohlins shock length to stock when I put it on. Hopefully in the next month to two.
Whilst i agree that in principle this could be a good resource, in practice there are too many imponderables, there is no substitute for putting the hours in finding what works for you, on your bike.
Even though a single perfect setup does not exist for everyone, it is worthy of discussion and comparisons. Ride height setup isn't black and white but just because it is shades of grey doesn't mean it isn't something worthy of discussing. In fact, it is worthy of more discussion because it is shades of grey. Considering that handling is probably the most important part of a sport bike, ride height changes are one of the most important ways to set up and improve bike handling to personal preference, and it is doesn't cost a cent. This is worthy of far more discussion than many other topics imo.
I posted this to hear about how people have set up their bike, and what specific improvements to the handling it did that they specifically liked. The major considerations in a setup should come out in their post description.
At the very least, with this information I and others can use it as a beginning baseline for changes. Better than starting with a complete shot in the dark.
For a forum where there is so much discussion about how the RC51 needs a better shock, needs fork work, needs gearing changes, needs a 190/55 tire, it is mind boggling that many on the forum don't even bother with ride height changes or take the time to experiment and track their ride height setup. Handling is generally the most important part of riding a sport bike, and ride height changes should be performed and tracked, before adding mods. Unfortunately, this is reality on pretty much any sport bike forum, where people do lots of mods but don't bother with basic handling through ride height adjustments.