Front suspension racetech is going to be the best option as it increases the travel to 125mm
in the rear finding a shock with slightly longer stroke to increase the travel slightly would be ideal however your going to have to look outside of the box. Pitbike shocks may be worth looking at.
the shock length is 245mm, I'll measure up the factory stroke tomoz, then can try to find something suitable, you do not want to lift the back end as that will tighten the head angle which isn't ideal for off road, however you cannot increase the rear travel dramatically because of clearance above the back tyre as well as ground clearance on bottom out. Installing a lowering link then a longer shock may also be a option. Pit bike shocks commonly vary from 280-330mm so a lowering link may make one of those viable assuming the additional stroke offsets the change in leverage from the lowering link.
Your biggest concern is the is the exhaust header, so in terms of going off road, when the going gets really rough, then just keep that low hanging exhaust in mind as you choose your lines.
So just today while riding my 2018 grom with 1600 miles, the speedometer started acting funny, it would jump from 20mph to 40 mph back and forth and in higher speeds where I should be getting 50 ish mph it reads zero or some number lower than 10 mph. Definitely not reading the speed that I am...
After many hours of searching, comparing, etc. I have compiled a complete list of the colors, color codes, and part numbers for all the plastics on the Honda Grom 2014 through 2019. Some plastics I found a part number but seem to be discontinued/Unavailable at dealers or only available outside...
get bent design sub cage for $172
axle sliders $80
Do i need both a sub cage and sliders???? my bike is not set up for stunting yet as i looped once already trying to wheelie and stuffed up some plastics. i am still learning, so would it be better to get one or the other or both!