Not Actual product. Just info on my brackets and air suspension set up on my bike.
FITS 2017 ONLY
Custom Brackets to let 9.5"-13" air shock fit 2017 Honda Grom and lay frame. Requires cutting under the seat in front of battery to make room for top bracket. (Will NOT fit 2013-2015 Grom because the battery sits where my upper bracket is. Might work if you reloacte your battery)
Works with facorty exhaust or aftermarket low mount exhaust. If you have a High Mount exhaust make sure none of the piping is anywhere near the bag.
If you air out the rear you should lower the front also to make the bike look right.
My quest for laying my 2017 Honda Grom on the ground.
The shortest air shock i found was 9.5" collapsed and 13" extended. Most common for aftermarket Harley Sportster air shock. Problem was the Factory shock is 9.5" so when aired out I would be stock height. With lowering link I'll be low but not low enough and no need to air up so high. I'l be aired out the same height as other groms on springs.
I tried to make a botom bracket but the angle needed to go that low would make the air shock hit the lower shock mount on the swingarm.
I then cut out the area in front of my battery and made a top bracket for the air shock. That allowed me to go lower and lay frame but when i raised up the bike it would go too high. When i aired the bike up to a lower ride height, the psi was too low causing the bike to be too bouncy and sloppy. When i hit the brakes the rear end of the bike would pop up.
With the top mount relocated up and back i had clearance to make a lower bracket. I set the lower bracket to where the bike will sit at 3.5"-4.5" lower than stock when air shock is at full extension. By adding more psi the ride height will stay the same but ride stiffer. Be sure to have an air gauge and stay under the air shock's PSI max. I use a Monroe MA785 air shock rated for 150psi and so far havn't had any problems. Its the cheapest one that i could find. You can choose your own air shock that has the same clearance. Travel should be 9.5" Collapsed and 13" fully extended.
Ride height is set at airshock's full extension. Video showing ride comfort at different psi.
Aired Out Burn Out
My first brackets that was too not low enough aired out, too high aired up, and too boucny when trying to ride at lower height.
Items used to air out my bike.
EDIT: Plug and play kit now avaliable at TKGarage
Diagram provided by IG: TheWreckShop
If you're going to air out the rear you have to lower the front
to make it look right. Here's the 2" drop kit i bought for my bike.
Here's the handle bars i used to make room for the front lowering kit.