Long time TTer, first time Suspension poster. Have an 05 CRF250R. I am 190-200 lbs. I think I am on the edge of the suspnsion specs or this bike. What brings me to you is that there is is simple, yet defiant, jump I have been trying to make for some time that, after much consideration, I think points to my suspension not being tuned for me. Its a very straightforward soft double coming out of a turn. Jump face is 3 feet high, gradual and rounded lip (no kicker). It spans about 15-20 feet to a flatish double landing. Its on the imtermediate track, and a lot of new to intermediates skip it because its deceptively tricky fo many. Why do I think its suspension? I have hit it in 2nd high rpm and 3rd gear mid high but still keep missing the top. I watched a few people that were making it and asked them what speed they were in - they were in 2nd (both on 250s). Yesterday I actually was able to follow a rider who was making it and hit it just behind him at the same speed. He sails over and clears the landing, I hit hard, again, on top. Now Im not a total noob. I can clear tabletops and other 30 ft doubles with kickers. But there is somthing about this gentle non kicker I cant clear and I am beginning to think the only think left is suspension dialing. BTW, my sag is set correctly I believe. So if I am 190# and I "think" I need more rebound to jump better, would that make sense? I also notice that on table tops I tend to fly lower and straighter than those around me, another clue? Hope that is not too vague but would like to determine how to get suspension dialed in for an intermediate track. Someone also told me they thought I should put the stock 450 springs front and back into my 250 as I am borderline wieght - seemed to help them tremendously at 200#s. Thoguhts? Where to start this diagnostic problem?