Dave and I have been doing some testing on my shock at some of the local tracks and I found that going up a spring rate and running 110-112 sag
really smoothed out the bike and it corners better. We started at 104 and were having problems getting the bike to settle entering turns and just generally out of balance.
I never would have guessed that in a million years, I have tested this on an outdoor style track that was miserably rough everywhere and the bike was far easier to ride.
Dave himself thought it work considerably better also.
Yesterday I rode at a fairgrounds style track and again started out at 104 again and it again was just not happening.
Adding a bit more we were again at 112 and even with the tight rutted 180 degree turns it turns soon much easier.
Never once did I feel like it compromised the front end traction.
This is the most comfortable I have felt on this bike yet!
I'm 200 lb vet int rider and running a 6.3 in the rear at 112 mm sag, fork tubes are 4mm above the clamp.