revlaved my forks and shock a few days ago. I like the results however would still like some opinions from the guru's:thumbsup: i weigh 58kg (under 130 lbs) not sure of my pace around fast b or slow a in oz. Forks Mid 20x.1 (3) 18x.1 16x.1 14x.1 (2) stock is 1 11x.3 (2) 17x.3 (2) Base 32x.1 (12) stock is 17 20x.1 added 20x.1 crossover 32x.1 30x.1 28x.1 26x.1 24x.1 22x.1 20x.1 18x.1 16x.1 14x.25 20x1.6 Still running the stock .46 for springs and 330cc in the outer chamber. Wanted the forks to stay high in there stroke to try help with the turning issues which it is doing but also wanted a plush ride hence the crossover. Shock Comp 44x.2 (6) 30x.2 didnt really have any other shims for a crossover 44x.2 42x.15 (3) used 3x.15's, didnt have a 42x.2 40x.2 38x.2 36x.2 34x.25 30x.25 (2) used 2x 30's, didnt have a 32x.25 28x.25 26x.25 24x.25 22x.3 (3) Reb 40x.2 (3) Stock is 4 40x.15 (2) added 28x.1 40x.25 changed from .3 38x.25 changed from .3 36x.3 34x.3 36x.3 34x.3 32x.3 30x.3 28x.3 26x.3 24x.3 Same as forks wanted a really plush ride with the shock which it is however it kicks on occassionaly on square edges hard under brakes on fast sections. Also wanted your opinions on the 30x.2 crossover, what effect would it have been a .2 instead of maybe 2 .15's. 4.8 shock spring however still have 50mm static sag and between 100 and 103mm rider sag. preload rings are wound all the way up so i cant try more sag and the numbers say i still need a softer spring anyway. The setup for me is way better than stock but it hasnt helped the turning issues i have with this bike, currently looking at trading it on another 250f if i cant get it to turn. I have daves dual spring deltaco but i wanted to get it handling the best i could before trying it so i can see what the differance really is. thanks in advance for any comments.