Originally Posted by Berman95
I have to agree, TMOD knows his stuff. Just had TMOD rebuild my stock shock and when talking to him about your bike, decided to have him rebuild the shim stacks as well. I already have the .95 springs, but it's still just too quick on rebound and wants to dive on the brakes.
He went over some of the changes he's made in the shims and oil dialing in the forks. I think he's got it nailed. We set the sag and I haven't needed to make any adjustments. There should be quite a difference when you get it back.
Went out for a ride today and on one of the really bad roads (where they had saw cut and patched dozens of sections in the asphalt) I could enjoy the ride instead of having to be conscious of all the ridges and buckles. So nice for a change.