I am messing with my fork oil volume (and obviously clickers) to try and get rid of some mid-stroke harshness. Before I go to a revalve, I am just messing with the variables to see what happens with the changes. The stock spring rates are fine for my weight. Anyways, I'm going off of memory here, but I think the owners manual says the adjustable range for oil volume is from 310cc to 380cc. It seems that most suspension guys like to run between 335cc and 350cc with how they set up suspension. I recall having Factory Connection revalve some YZ suspension a few years back and the guy there told me that, below a certain oil volume, you can damage internal components -- or at least I think that is what he told me. So, my question is, has anyone gone as low as 310cc to 320cc with their oil volume, or is that getting too low and could it damage any internal components for not having an adequate oil volume in the forks?