Just curious if we have anyone on this board - which I much prefer to KTMtalk - that has experience with suspension tuning on older (2004) KTM two strokes. I've done a ton of reading, ordered a bunch of shims and hope I have a decent formula for re-valving. Any second opinions appreciated. This is my first foray into suspension tuning, and I'm going all in. 170lbs no gear, racing b-class hare scrambles on black dirt with roots and rocks. Looking to soften the famously harsh, stictionee (new word!) WP forks. But also retain some bottoming resistance since they throw a few big jumps in our mostly technical woods courses. I removed my third bush and spacer, might do the hole drilling mod if needed, I have .42 fork springs and [FONT="]88-250 shock springs[/FONT] Thinking I'll build my shim stacks as follows, race on Sunday! This came from reading a lot of old posts and getting a bit of direction from KTMLew: 140mm oil height BV: 24 x .1 (2) 20 x .1 (1) 18 x .1 (1) 16 x .1 (1) 14 x .1 (1) 12 x .1 (1) 9 x .3 (1) 18 x .25 (1) - don't some say to get rid of this one? MV: 24 x .1 (4) 18 x .1 (1) 14 x .1 (1) 11-xx to get float to 1.2mm 13 x .1 (1) 15 x .1 (1) (2)18x.10 light spring<48600059> Rebound: 2 deltas 16 x .1 (1) 1 delta 20 x .1 (1) 18 x .1 (1) 16 x .1 (1) 14 x .1 (1) 13 x .1 (1) 12 x .1 (1) 11 x .1 (1) 9.5 x .3 (1) 16 x .25 (1) This is what I found when I took the forks apart a week ago, two years after a bad experience with a local suspension tuner and racing a very harsh bike during that time: BV: 24 x .1 (3) 21 x .1 (1) 24 x .1 (2) 22 x .1 (1) 20 x .1 (1) 18 x .1 (1) 16 x .1 (1) 14 x .1 (1) 9 x .3 (1) 18 x .25 (1) MV: 24 x .1 (4) 22 x .1 (1) spring Rebound: 4 delta's 15 x .1 (1) 20 x .1 (1) 18 x .1 (1) 17 x .2 (1) 14 x .1 (1) 9.5 x .3 (2) 16 x .25 (1)

I am also interested in this info, but i think most of the guys with the knowledge and info on this subject owns a 4stroke of some kind and hardly visit the 2stroke form anymore. its sad if i am right.