I have a 2003 DRZ400s and swapped forks with a member a couple years ago that had 2008 DRz400s forks that had Racetech Gold Valves and 0.48 springs. Problem im now realizing is it doesn't turn good or handle that well, seems like it rides high and there's some sticking points high in the stroke. overall, just seems kinda stiff in the front and I've already got the compression clickers all the way out. i've almost lost the front in a couple times on the road. I only ride street now so I put some Shinko 705s tires on it. fork sag is 2 3/8" and race sag is 100mm with 34mm static. i doubled checked the forks are installed properly. so i'm contemplating what to do. I could try 90mm race sag. then try to throw a 0.44 spring in one leg to soften the springs to 0.46 overall. I weigh 215 so it seems 0.48 should be right, but maybe I just prefer softer forks. On my KTM 200, the recommended rate is 0.45 but those were too stiff for me and I ended up with 0.42 springs. But my real question here is should I try to adjust the Gold Valves and if so, how? like i said i just got the complete assembled forks shipped to me so i have no knowledge of how to adjust the gold valves (if that's even the problem) but I am familiar with changing fork oil and springs. The original owner apparently had Eddie's shop install the Gold Valves set up for a 195 lb rider. From Racetech's website I learned that there's a instructional installation video and also a customizable chart on their website if you have a login. Would either of these be useful if I could get my hands on them? Or should I just leave the valves alone and focus on the sag and spring rate? just seems strange that I have to run the clickers all the way out.