So I'm a 20 year old college student who lives on my own. Need I say more? (I'm broke...). A suspension re-valve and spring swap is not in my immediate budget. I am a solid B class rider, and have an '09 kx250f. The suspension has had NOTHING done to it since I bought it, besides having the race sag set. I weigh 143, without gear on, and approx. 155 with gear on. SO my question is, since I can't afford to do the proper thing (change to a softer spring rate), I have been fiddling around with my clickers every practice to try and get the most out of the bike. The past 2 weeks I had them set pretty neutral, which was way too harsh for my liking, and created a choppy, unpredictable, arm-pump initiating experience. So last night I got fed up with the "recommended" settings, and softened everything by 4 clicks each. The bike handled better through the chop, but I felt like I lowered the bike 5 inches while under hard acceleration, plus it seemed to bottom out pretty hard on big jumps/ didn't give me that "kick" I was used to, and made it feel more like I was just soaking it all up and lobbing through the air horizontally. I was just wondering if this was bad for the bike/should be avoided, or if I can get away with trying to over-soften everything to compensate for my springs being too stiff. Or am I just going from having the wrong spring rates, to having the wrong spring rates AND messing up my suspension performance? Thanks in advance!