I need to stiffen the damping on my 2000 DRZ400S. Or more accuratly stop the dive on braking. I spend 95% of my time on the road, and the off road is hardly challenging stuff. I was going to fit stiffer front springs, but as I am only on 1 tip toe any way it seems a bit silly to make the bike any taller. The main problem is under braking, it dives to hard and fast for stable cornering. I have recently fitted a 280 mm EBC disc and sintered pads which has only made it worse. The workshop manual quotes 5 weight oil and an air gap of 165 mm. Is there any improvement to be had by using a Heavier grade of oil, and a different air gap ??? If any body has any ideas please enlighten me. Changing the springs is not an option at the moment as I have just ordered Radiator guards and CFC's from the TT shop, and the wallet is empty, again. Neil.