I saw that Touratech had a lowering kit for the F800GS made by Hyperpro. I gotta admit, that even with the low seat, I'm damn near on my toes. This would drop it 2". Heck, that would even allow me to get the Sargent seat and still be 1" lower than I am right now. Aside from some ground clearance, what other disadvantages might there be in going with this kit? Center stand or side stand issues? FWIW, I'll be 80%+ on pavement with only occasional gravel/dirt roads. Here are the details... Brief Description: The height lowering kit by Hyperpro, the Dutch specialist for suspension products. The set includes replacement fork springs and a replacement spring for the shock absorber. This spring set provides you with a sensible 2 inches (50-mm) reduction in height without affecting the riding properties - at the expense of a little ground clearance.. The set includes replacement fork springs and a replacement spring for the rear shock absorber. The progressive springs have been designed to match the F800GS perfectly, and offer a tremendous improvement in response and greater safety in extreme situations. Replacing the front and rear springs will lead to a significant improvement in your suspension system. Delivery includes detailed installation instructions, the correct fork oil and a special fork seals grease to improve the suspension action and sealing.