I've had a few attempts at revalving the Ohlins TTX shock on my gasser with some advice from some reputable people, and a little bit of thought of my own. Through the tests I've determined that the main issue is the HSC. The shock is unable to react fast enough to square edges or impacts that create high shaft speeds. Think rock, root, pothole, or log across the trail. Obviously the larger the object the more deflection I am getting, and if moving fast enough its in turn kicking the whole back end up high. Lofting the front and driving the full impact into the shock helps to keep it settled, but itsn't always practical or ideal. I have lightened the whole stack by removing 3 x face shims, which showed some improvement, but the trade seemed to be that the bike would wallow a bit and use more stroke than I was comfortable with. Next step was adding the 2 face shims back in and going up a spring rate to get some preload off the spring and get slightly better sag figures. Same as before. Very nice and stable, but now deflecting again on hsc. How can I achieve the best of both? Also note the TTX has the bidirectional bleed/csc adjuster.