Hey All, I revalved my Stock spring suspension per Borynack’s Site as ‘Desert Racer’ a while back and the bike rode great, Much Improvement over stock. With fork Compression 16 clicks and rebound 12 clicks. (And the shock settings per his website as well) After a month or two I then got stiffer springs to match my weight with gear. (4.5 kg front and 10kg rear) A ride or two later I had motor trouble AGAIN and just now get the motor back from being rebuilt by a DIFFERENT Shop. Point being I never really got to adjust my suspension settings to the new springs. I’ve been out trying to put some break-in miles on it and found that the front end is really squirrelly and doesn’t feel stable in real loose ground. I use to be able to tear up loose gravel stable as a tank at all speeds and in the corners. Now I get the feeling that if I am much over putting along its not planted on the front and loose which will hinder on loose single track turns. I’m going to check my Sag this evening but I have a big ride this weekend and would like to have it in the ball-park so I can fine tune it then. Should I raise the forks in the Triples as well? Or just soften the compression and rebound a click or two front and rear? Or would the sag off a 10-20mm be enough to cause this? What should help stabilize the front? Thanks in Advance!