I'm thinking of upgrading the fork and shock springs on my f7gs this winter. Bike has 21k miles now. I don't like how the front dives and the rear seems to be getting squishier of late. Or maybe I've just been riding harder over potholes. I've been reading a lot of threads on the topic and there's some wonderful information. At this point I'm possibly leaning towards the Hyperpro progressive springs kit and wondering about the Ricor Intiminators (sp?). Should I bother with the fork springs or just get the Ricor Intiminators ? I don't plan to do any serious off-roading. At most some fire roads. What's the difference between what Touratech sells (at a premium) and what the Hyperpro dealer sells ? There's a $100 price difference. I can clearly see 'hyperpro' on the Touratech pic. https://touratech-usa.com/Store/Touratech-Progressive-Fork-Shock-Spring-Kit-BMW-F700GS-2013-on vs http://epmperf.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/HP-Progressive-Springs-6-2017.pdf (bottom of page 3 lists price for f7gs) Rider details: 160 lbs, < 20 lbs gear weight. Mostly commuting into the potholes of Jersey City. May do some touring in a future life when I have more spare time. I don't need or want to lower the bike. Thanks, V.