I'm starting to delve into the suspension side of things a bit more now. I have a 2010 Gas Gas EC250 with Ohlins TTX front and rear. I'm very happy with the front, apart from the occassional hs deflection. The rear however has been hard to live with. The TTX shock imo complicates matters by offering the CSC adjuster on top of the typical LSC and LSR. The CSC from what I understand is a bleed for both low speed compression and rebound, with very little effect on high speed circuits, which is handled though the shims and valving. Spring rates are set at 0.46 up front, and 5.4 at the rear. Sag figures are Front: Race 60mm. Rear: Static 35mm, Race 105mm. Fork springs are running 3mm preload, and shock is about 11-12mm preload to get those figures. I have tried altering the preload and sag figures, but have not yet tried going up a rate on the rear with less preload. I will be doing that shortly. The back end has always given me some grief. I'm not sure the best way to describe it. If going softer on the clickers (comp or csc) the bike feels like it hooks up a bit better, is more compliant over technical rocks, roots, trail trash at lower speeds, however will then wollow, get busy, and feel harsh when picking up the pace. It will also kick the rear end out when hitting square edges and/or fallen logs if moving fast. However, if I then firm it all up, there is a noticable reduction in the ability to get traction on loose skatey surfaces, its a pig to battle when bush bashing or when fatigued and riding slow, but really works well when pushing hard and hitting things aggressively. I guess what I am looking to achieve is the mystical balance of both. Some initial plushness for when fannying about, but enough resistance to keep it up in the stroke. Being that I know what I want, I now have to try and nut out how to achieve it. I think going up a rate on the spring to a 5.6 with less preload, more static and similar race sag will be a step in the right direction. I have also removed some face shims, and thickened up the smaller end of the hsc stack, which felt better via seat of the pants, but when watchin video seems to be using too much travel. Looks a bit saggy in the rear, and also wallows down when landing from a drop or after jumping a log. Again, the increased spring should help here. Since making the valving change I have also ended up further in on the CSC so added more low speed compression back in, which kind of negates the purpose of removing the low speed face shims, and also leaves me wondering if the high speed is now firmer, or softer than before. Obviously the LSC stack will flex sooner (especially with less bleed) and also engage the HSC more than it was before, but the hsc is also firmed up. So I'm wondering what the right direction of travel here is. Do I want more LSC control, with less HSC? It should give less wallow, keep the bike up in the stroke, and allow quick movement over trail trash, rocks, roots, square edges.. this will likely make the bike feel quite firm and still have that harsh feeling when riding slowly when tired. Or do I go the other way and look at reducing the LSC to give initial plushness when riding slow, but increasing the HSC stack to reduce the amount of stroke being used. This should work in conjunction with the higher spring rate. I'll try and get some video together for those interested in helping, and maybe a pitcure or two. For any tuners out there who would like to share some wisdom, the shock model is GG1882. The setup is for trail work at a brisk pace. If I had to guess probably similar to a B class scrambler. Fundamentally, whats the difference in setup between an MXer and an Enduro bike, in regards to LSC vs HSC?