Got my suspension back on my bike last week, and what a difference it makes! When I got my bike, I got new springs for it as I am slightly out of the ideal 70 - 75kg (155 - 165lbs) weight range being 110kgs (240lbs). It was a huge improvement over stock. It would ride up high in the stroke again and wouldn't bottom out anymore. All was great with new springs, but I had problems getting the forks right. The shock seemed good to me stock, but the forks felt very springy with hardly any dampening. I ended up going to a heavier 10w oil with a raised level in the forks, seemed to work, but just felt very harsh when I set it up firm how I like it. I decided to bite the bullet and send my suspension away to get serviced and revalved to suit my weight. It was cheap enough so away went my suspension. Holy crap! I don't know why I didn't do it before!!! My suspension is now truly awesome! It now works perfect and sits up in the stroke a lot more, which is a great thing as I'm 6'2". I got it firm how I like it, but very smooth and plush at the same time. I thought the shock was good with just the spring, but I was wrong! It soaks up all the chop and tree roots, hooks up everywhere and just simply works how it should. It is a huge improvement over stock! I can now go any line and change any line when powersliding around corners. The forks now have dampening and there is no longer soft dampening right up until you are about to bottom out. My suspension performance now matches the engine performance! I can hit corners flat out now, my lap times have dramatically improved on flat track and I ain't scared of the big doubles on the MX track anymore. I wouldn't go race my bike, but it is certainly a hell of a lot more capable now. I strongly recommend getting the suspension done as their first mod, not just adding new springs. You always hear people say this, but I now know it is true! Definitely best mod I have done to my bike!