'13 KTM 500xcw 200hrs Stock suspension except for x bushing which lowers the rear 1/2" My weight with gear 75kg Rear rider sag 115mm Due to my location, I have to send my forks away to the US or AU if I want any revalving done. The front suspension doesn't soak up rocky sections very well so I'm wondering what part of the valving should be altered to improve that. I normally just run all the clickers in the sport settings. For an experiment, I backed out the fork comp clickers (about 30 clicks) and noted the changes. Also backed out the rebound to around 24 clicks out Bike felt very unstable and only minor , if any, improvement to harshness. Does this point to the some valving changes needed, and if so, what ? We have a fair bit of sand over here too so I don't want to sacrifice stability in sand for compliance over rocks, if that's possible.