I recently bought a new (left over) 2013 KX450F and have been getting back into riding after 7 years off. I'm in my 40s and I really destroyed my wrist which forced me out of riding. I started riding mx a few weeks ago and my wrist is better than expected but both wrists really feel it if I come up short on a large table top and overall, I'm getting arm pump pretty bad. So I've been reading about Twisted Engineerings composite handle bars and the reviews seem to be really good but they cost almost as much as revalving my suspension. I've heard the KYB PSF forks are amazing after getting rid of the harsh stock midvalve. So my question is should I go with the composite bars, revalve or both? I can afford both and I suppose comfort is key at my age to keep this old body riding as long as possible. But I've also read guys saying how their harsh front end went away with the Twisted bars while others said how a revalue made all the difference so I may not need both. Also, how are the 3x flex bars for mx? The only thing that makes me nervous is if i have a bad crash, am i going to be wondering if the bars have hidden damage and they could snap on me. That said, it sounds like they dont break without visible damage from a previous crash. Thanks!