These TRS front Fork adapters will drastically lower the front end and work great with the shock lowering brackets giving the bike a whole new look. Comes with fork adapters and a spacer kit which properly centers the stock rim and caliper. These adapters will not work with the larger OEM Ruckus forks or ATR These are designed to install in place of the stock forks, and then allow you to slide a Honda Ruckus / Zoomer fork into the lower end of the adapter, and clamp it just like you would on a scooter.
Installed Fork Adapters with NCY Standard Fork
What considerations are there for installing this?
- If you use a fork such as an RRGS or NCY “low down” fork, your stock headlight WILL NOT FIT! You will need to do something custom for a headlight .
- If you use the NCY Long Fork you can use your Headlight with some trimming on the bottom Bezel for 2017 and it will fit on the older ones.
- Also, the front of the bike will be VERY low, and if you combine that with the 4.5″ rear lowering link to get that low stance, you WILL need to cut the stock kickstand mounting point off of the bottom of the frame, or the bike will not be able to lean without hitting on the left side. The USA bike, it has a kick stand switch… so you will either need to bypass that, or extend the wiring back to the swing arm if you decide to use the swing arm to mount it.
- Another thing to consider, is header height… the stock header will be WAY too low…A custom exhaust may be required for this setup, or heavily modifying an off-the-shelf header may need to be done. The only header/exhaust that is KNOWN to fit this bike, is the HotLap “Boso-Ichibanboshi” grom Drag exhaust until we make one.
- If you run a longer front fork, like the regular NCY, or long RRGS scooter forks, you will have much better clearance, but the bike won’t be nearly as low. Also, you MIGHT be able to run the stock headlight with a longer fork setup
- You will not be able to run the stock front fender without custom brackets to fit whatever fork setup you decide to use.
- You will want to run a stiffer rear shock, or add pre-load… this will give you better ground clearance while riding the bike.
- You WILL have to flip the wheel around so the rotor is on the other side of the bike from stock, which will also mean you will need to flip the tire on the wheel before going back out for a ride so the tire is rolling the proper direction!
- You will need to use RRGS or Adelin caliper and caliper adapter.
- DO NOT use forks from overseas that locate the axle BEHIND the center line of the fork… if you do, the tire will hit the cylinder head… some forks extend the axle to the front side of the fork, and these would be ok, but you will be changing the rake of the bike, and it will handle differently.
THIS IS NOT FOR EVERYONE!!! If you are looking for simple bolt-on, this setup is not for you… there is a fair bit of “figuring” that you will need to do to get this setup to work on your bike!