First a little background, then a request for your help. Here I intend to document what's inside the Dutch-made Reiger shock. The intensively documented thread "Inside the GasGas Pro Cases..." is coming to a conclusion, almost. You'll see there many photos and the result of mixing Raga and Econo parts. You'll see the Econo ride report. I'll soon be doing a ride report on the Raga when it's back together. BACKGROUND During Econo assembly my friend Bill had some slack time, so I sent him off to do the maintenance on the Raga's suspension links. Nertz! More money and time. The dogbone bearings chewed through the sidewalls of the races, despite there being an obvious maintenance effort in the past (one seal was left out and some washers were present that the factory did not include). This bike was represented to me as having "low hours." I'm finding that was not true. It'll certainly be a great ride when I'm done! I suspect it's time to refresh the shock oil. Problem is I don't know exactly what's inside Reigers, specifically the Raga model with the 'puffed head' and compression adjuster. This adjuster, unlike most compression adjusters historically, actually does something significant. Thus there is some mystery stuff above the puffed head, which I suspect is a larger diameter reservoir to overcome the problem in trials shocks of too-low internal oil volume. Reiger is tight with tech info like exploded views and cross sections. I haven't found anything in my search but pumping marketing videos, which are interesting, but don't provide much detail. I only need just enough detail to start into it. REQUEST Have any of you taken the Raga shock apart or know someone who has, or know where I can get more tech info? Does the shock thread apart, or is it held together by a clip under pressure? Is that a classic piston reservoir? A bladder reservoir? What type Nitrogen recharge needle do they use and what is the pressure? I could probably derive the reservoir pressure through reservoir piston and shaft diameters and shaft extension force, but friction of the reservoir piston and shaft seal constrains the 'static' extension force. Has anyone ever put a Schrader valve in one of these? Here are the Reiger GasGas shocks and the specific Raga shock I have on the 2011: These are all basically the same design format with the exception that some Race models lack the 2nd adjuster for compression.