Wanted to add that IMO, if one is dead set on lowering their scoot, that for the rear end, using the highest quality possible, shorter rear shocks, would be the way to go. As opposed to kicking the shocks back with blocks. I suspect that the engineers at the MoCo, most likely have the shocks at the angle they are at, for a good reason. And for the front, use either cartridge inserts, or a damper tube modified with a Gold Valve style emulator, to get rid of as much dive as possible, and preserve what little travel is left in your forks.
2009 Vivid Black FLTR/120R/Dewey's headwork/TMan 625G/Fuel Moto XXX 2/1/2 w/4" mufflers/HPI 55