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F4 Fork Height Question

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My apologies in advance if this question has been covered somewhere already, I looked at length and could not find an answer.

I am installing the F4 forks I got from Arshish on my 919 this Friday. We are very similar in size and weight so they should be a drop in replacement. But I have read that a subtle change in the position (height) of the fork in the triple can affect the geometry significantly. Any tips on a base line? To be specific, how much space should I leave from the top of the triple to the top of the fork? The stock forks are almost flush with the top of the triple (base of the cap), should I install the F4's the same way?

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The stock forks are almost flush with the top of the triple (base of the cap), should I install the F4's the same way?

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