3 inches in the rear, 2.00 in the front (used a micrometer ~ they do come in handy!) ... I didn't like the feeling of teetering on my tip toes at the stock height. 3 inches is really too much in the rear, so I plan on raising it up a bit over the winter. That.. and getting the wheels red chromed w/ a polished lip. I can't ever leave anything alone.
I could drag race it.... LOL... or drive it like a sane person on the street. I don't plan on taking it to any track days any time soon. Just used as a "recreational vehicle", like it says on my insurance .
I put 150 miles on it yesterday... So it's getting used well enough
Looks good, not too much of a fan of lowered sport bikes, especially by that much! At least you'll raise it back up and looking into shaving your seat, which is cool. To each his own, but if I were you, make it look like it's supposed to look like and function. Get yourself some good gear and hit the track, you'll get hooked! I'm telling you bro, you'll love it when you'll give it a shot.