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Thread: Zero Index

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2014

    Default Zero Index

    What are the benefits of the zero index set up on the left rear and the right rear? And if I were to put this set up on a 2015 blue/grey rocket what all would be needed to do so without having to buy zero index birdcage plates

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2009


    First of all it's not really zero index, but minimal index......It's misnamed. The idea to keep the RH load and droop load closer to each other than a high index system.
    You'll need a longer upper bar, a little shorter lower bar, and holes in the BC to mount the new bars. Typically those holes will be a little further toward the rear on the top and a little more toward the front of the car on the bottom.
    The best I can find is it's a working theory and the jury is still out on it's benefits as the entire car is a combination deal so just one change on the LR may not solve all your problems.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Lost, but way ahead of schedule


    If you happen to have Wehrs cages, you can get the 4 plates for roughly $150, at least to change the LR. Many cars (most newer ones) have 4-bar brackets with two (or more) rows of holes, typically spaced 1" apart, so you could try it without changing your link lengths.
    Last edited by TheJet-09; 08-10-2022 at 06:59 PM.


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