Ok, I've always done my own fluids (except for rear shock) and springs. My question is what is the difference of buying the valves/springs from racetech and putting them in myself VS. going with a suspension company? I just think they are going to do exactly what I would be doing, Im almost positive they make it seem harder then it really is. I mean they are not setting up fluid dynamic programs and charts at local suspension shops to determine oriface sizes and whatnot. But a place like racetech has engineers testing and figuring this stuff out. I totalled it out and its like this 160.00 x 2 for valves (front and rear) 110.00 front springs 90.00 rear spring 30.00-40.00 for fluids roughly its 550 I already have the fork oil so about 500.00 for me or so plus i rounded the prices up. most suspension companies charge about 700.00 for this setup. What else do you get from the suspension companies that make it worth the extra 150-200 bucks.Obviously I can call them, but i can call racetech also. Thanks for the info.