I would post this on a mtn bike forum but the people on those forums are not typically doing this sort of thing. I know that if people on here ride mtn bikes they are into the suspension. I am about to tear into mine. So has anybody modified a Lyrik DH mission control fork? What are the stock shim stacks and what have you done? I have taken the mid valve apart but not the compression assembly. From my general study of the set up, it looks like the compression stack, on the base valve, depends on an adjustable preloaded shim (maybe not a stack) for HS compression (this is really the type of set up I have tried to stay away from on dirtbikes) Base also has adjustable LS compression bleed and check plate for rebound direction. Mid has a check plate, made of plastic on compression direction. Mid rebound consistent of 1 shim and bleed adjustment. I would like to stiffen up the rebound. I run a X-firm spring. With a set up that is close with only one shim, it seems like there would be no way to add in a 2 stage stack. On the compression side of things, I would like to soften up LS/mid speed while retaining bottom resistance. If I could gain ability to tune internally, I would gladly give up the external HS comp preload adjust. Anyone doing any of this?