Well I've had my suspension back now from BWB63 (Mr. Borynack) for a few weeks now. I've been a bit slow to get any ride reports up b/c my first ride out after 2 hours riding the incredible trails of Moapa Valley I blew out the weld on my rear tire on a rock (I assume) somewhere in the 40mph range....that was fun. Well I've gotten myself a new set of Pro-Wheels+Buchanan spokes and while she was down went ahead and threw on a new chain and set of sprockets (went from 15/52 to 15/48 as advised). First off he was incredible responsive giving me daily updates on the work. After it was all done I received a full description of where all the clickers were set as well as a full list of my shim stacks both front and rear. Second the price. Well I dont want to lock him in to any set price but but it was a fraction of what Precision Concepts costs...hell even cheaper than Barnums by quite a bit as well. Ok so how does it ride? Well I hate to use such a tired cliche' but "night and day" is pretty damn fitting. Using some of my same old stomping grounds that I rode with the stock setup, whoops that would start tearing me up around 30mph felt comfortable and well almost nonexistend over 40mph. The dreaded front end push is dramatically reduced when hard cornering although this may be helped by the fact that he told me to run the forks 5mm up rather than 3mm. Now the most important part. My first good jump (I know pigs cant fly but I love putting mine up in the air) was a small table just to get used to the new setup and gradually increase in speed as I warmed up. This part might be a bit hard to explain but where before I had to judge my jump and lean/preload/bounce the way I needed it, it felt like I could just stand up, keep my ass hovering over the rear part of the seat and the bike did the rest. No more was the ass end trying to come up over my head and no more was I over compensating for the rear end and then landing front wheel first from time to time. The bike just literally does the work for me. After the table was conquered (it was small..maybe 50feet with a hard right turn after the landing so was limited as to how far I could get it) I moved on to a nearby G-out. Now I'll have pictures and hopefully video next week but the basics were this. Approach-jump-landing was similar to _____/\______ Top of the jump was a good foot or 2 above my head so guessing around 8 foot. First couple passes in early 2nd gear and the rear tire was coming down just at the bottom of the jump. Bottomed out just a bit once I hit the flat so turned the compression up 3 clicks (1 at a time) and before long was hitting early in 3rd (landing wasnt long enough to go higher) and landing a good 20+feet from the base of the jump. Its hard to explain but thats more air than I would have EVER tried on a G-out with the stock suspension. Not a single bottoming after that. Overall she rides like a dream. In one long fast whoops section..those really deep ones I passed a older CR250. Now no idea on the riders experience and yes the trail/whoops were wide enough that you could run 4-5 bikes side by side so I did it safely but after that I went straight on, hit the G-out and stopped for a water break. I had a 2T 250 and a YZ450F guy stopping and asking about the bike. They were blown away and me grinning ear to ear. Pictures will be coming very soon, like some of BWB63's showing how bad pigs are at flying Oh one side note. There was someone that came past my camp at dark on a XR650R with dual big ass headlight going a helluva lot faster than I would have on that section of trail even in the daylight. Moapa Valley (aka Logandale trails) this past weekend. Any of you guys?