Very true, but like I said...that stock 5.8kg shock spring feels stiff enough. I haven't checked my static sag yet. Maybe something I will get around to Thursday.
You say you are 200lbs in street cloths and it bottoms some? I'm 175lbs in street cloths and the forks on mine hasnt bottomed yet. I dont know how much oil he put in my forks and shock but all the springs are still stock ,even on the shock.
Try to put around 35mm static sag in on the rear. Thats where my tuner said he ran all his bike's at (meaning all the riders he does suspension's for).
Up here in the area I race we have pretty churned up soil. Like when you first arrive at the race on sunday the track is all preped. They have plowed the track with a tractor that has a attachment on the back like a big rake that is dragged behind the tractor and acts like a claw and it turns up the dirt and leaves a bunch of big clods about the size of cantolopes.
As the ruts get formed during the race and the track starts drying out we get huge breaking bumps that you could almost double and if you dont have your high speed turned all the way out and your compression turned out on your forks you will be jarred to death.
I dont know if you have heard of Muddy Creek Raceway in Tennessee but that is the track I'm referring too. You might want to just try and turn your High speed comp on the rear all the way out and see what you think. It will really help on those breking bumps and large waving whoops. It really helped me go through the worst braking
bumps you will be surprised how fast you can go through these sections when the high speed is opened up.
I'm going to try mine with one turn down on the shock spring like my tuner said and see how it acts off of jumps and I will try your forks settings to see what its like.