2013 Husqvarna TC250R used for motocross. I weigh 195 geared up and bike has stock .46N fork springs. In order to get the bike to turn and hold a tight line I removed 20cc oil from each fork and backed compression out to 16 clicks (from 10 stock) rebound is at 12. It turns decent now but the fork action now feels odd and slappy because of all the bleed. Not sure if the fork oil helped with handling and I may add some back in. These Huskys used to come with .42N springs and the magazines used to rave about their handling but complained the springs were way to soft. Husky then upped their spring rate two sizes for the American market and they lost their handling prowess. Question is, are these good springs for my size and I am really dealing with a valving issue? I do come into turns properly as well standing up and on the front brake. Shock spring gives correct sag 34/100mm its a 5.2Kg. Shock has too much low speed, not enough high speed and rebound is too light but I have it decent with external adjusters. Any opinion is appreciated. I want to get it as close as I can before I get a revalve. Thanks.