Originally Posted by Crank1000
Wouldn't that cause your turn in to take a dump?
Nope. Raising the rear end typically sharpens the steering, but can cause a loss of high-speed stability. Raising the front has the opposite effect, it will slow your steering and improve stability (to an extent). By raising the rear and front, you can roughly maintain the same geometry (note, I didn't take the time to measure the rake and trail afterwards, I was going by feel). Just keep some notes of how much you changed so you can go back if you don't like it.
If you are already tippy-toeing the bike, you may not want to do this. I'm 6'3", so for me, it's not a problem.