The instruction says "use a giant adjustable wrench to bend it up/back" but this was not so easy. I bent mine to an extreme position, damaging it heavily and because of the changed position and shortness of the adjusting cable, I was only able to fasten it back using one of the two bolt holes. Not an ideal solution but as long as the bolt holds and the cable does not break, I don't mind. I only mind that Lust pretty much pees on their customer with this, they couldn't make a proper relocating bracket or decent instructions. Instructions are available only on small low quality photocopy that comes with the block and they haven't put in more than half an hour of work to come up with the vague dismissive suggestions and small blurry images.
That being said, I am happy with the bike as it is after lowering, I think in case of the v650, lowering actually improves the bike. It is a heightened ER-6N and it seems they went just an inch too far with it. That is, of course, when you weigh 145 lbs and measure 5'8''. Perhaps 300-pound people compress the suspension anyway so that they get the same lowering effect without modification.