Finally got the right air pump to put some air in the forks. Far as I could tell, they were completely depressurized. I tried 20 pumps on each side. I have no idea what PSI since the gauge on the pump is broken. It's a small bicycle-like hand pump (it's technically a shock pump). It didn't have a "wow" effect, but I noticed the absence of "holy shit it's all coming apart" moments with fork dive or sketchy numb front end feel at speed. And no more nose-heavy whoops. I tried 40 pumps on each side at first - it's a really small volume pump and I wanted higher pressure. I noticed a terrifying knocking feeling in the front end on hard rebounds, and promptly adjusted down to 20 pumps. Any idea what that's about? The excess pressure causing the fork internals to expand fast enough to slam open?