Alright, when I first got this bike I was convinced the suspension couldn't be improved much. At about 145lb I fell just about in the intended rider weight range, and right out of the crate, the front end performed like no other tuned-suspension I had ridden with on other bikes. But eventually the fork had to get leaky, and last weekend I replaced the seals and freshened the oil on both of the twin-chamber tubes. Took it out to the track yesterday and was pleased that there were no leaks, however I noticed the action had become A LOT harsher from the beginning to mid-stroke when going over acceleration bumps out of the turns. There was also tendency to deflect off of them-- which made jumps immediately out of corners just about teeth chattering on the approach. Everywhere else the fork worked just as well, messed with the clickers (especially rebound) and that helped out some. Later on, I rode a buddies 96 CR125 for a few laps and even his clapped-out front end handled the little bumps better, so I knew something had to be wrong. Anyway, I'm betting that it's because I added a tad more oil than the manual called for, thinking that it wouldn't hurt... doh. It's my understanding that the inner cartridge balances the excess oil out on it's own when pumping the air out... so do I just dump the oil out of the outer tubes and recycle with the correct amount? And does anyone have a good recommended level that may vary from the manual? It was my first time getting into suspension and I'm not too familiar with the field testing.