Other than spring and valve rates, are these the same? I seem to remember from threads where people did 'E' to 'SM' conversions they stated that the 'E' suspension had more travel, I therefore assumed it is a taller rear shock and would make the rear sit higher. I'm 6'5" with a 33" inside leg. As a result I am also well over the 170-190 lb weight limit which seems to be the optimum for getting the correct sag on the SM stock suspension. I've looked at aftermarket suspension but Ohlins and White Power is pretty expensive. I've looked at some other brands but they only have rear shocks listed for the 'E' model. Will these fit? As stated I'm not concerned about the bike itself being taller, but am I going to run into steering/suspension geometry issues or even binding issues? Some of the aftermarket suspension is adjustable for compression/damping etc but are the spring rates and valving on the 'E' suspension going to be out of the ball park for street riding?