So I just had my suspension rebuilt and revalved for my 2001 CR125. This bike was known to have harsh/stiff KYB's from the factory. My suspension is working great after the job, except its way too stiff for me now with the clickers on the softest setting possible. I get bad head shake on bumps coming out of corners, when when I'm on the pipe it doesn't glide over bumps like it should. Also if I take a hard impact it doesn't really soak it up, but my wrists and ankles do. Anyways, stock spring rates which are on the bike are .43 for the forks and 4.8 for the shock. Racetech recommends for my weight/skill .396 for the forks and 4.578 for the rear shock. I understand how suspension works, but other than that I'm clueless. I am wondering how far off these numbers really are, and if the suspension would be significantly softer by getting new springs. I just have a gut feeling its something to do with the valving, and the fact these were stiff forks straight from the factory. I know the springs will help for sure, but I am not interested in spending the money unless it will make the suspension work just right. I know there is no yes/no answer to this question, there are just too many factors, but maybe a better way of phrasing it would be what lb rider are the stock springs set up for? I weigh 138 normal so if I knew the stock weight I would have a sense of how far off I am.