Hi guys, I need your expertise!!! I have a 2003 KTM 950 Adventure S (265mm suspension travel) and I just bought a very clean and low mileage 2010 KTM 990 Adventure (210mm suspension travel)... ...Well, I guess you guys already know where i'm going with this, right!!! I really want the long travel suspension on the new bike (since in January i'm letting the old one go and keeping only the new one). I believe there are three ways of achieving this... The easiest way would be just to swap the entire front forks and rear shock (which I really don't want to do). Change the internals/spacers/whatever is involved, like the parts that come on the 55mm raising kit supplied on the KTM powerparts catalog (I'm assuming that the 2003 vs. 2010 parts are interchangeable). And lastly, I could just buy the 55mm raising kit supplied on the KTM powerparts catalog, but I really don't want to do this because it involves spending more money. I'm more inclined on doing this by using the second option... What do you guys think? Thanks in advance!!! Best regards. JXA.