Rode at a new spot this weekend with a long sandy whooped out section. Not large whoops, but enough to get the wheels off of the ground a little bit, small and close together. I typically took it in 4th gear. Problem is, the bike would always start swapping on me like crazy, enough to raise my blood pressure and make me slow down. I could give it gas and lean back and while I was accelerating it would go pretty strait, but the section was about 100 yards long so accelerating the whole time is out of the question, especially since I'm already in 4th when I enter the section. Do you guys have any tips to stop the swapping? I'm 160# and I've got my front compression at 6 clicks, rebound at 8. Rear rebound is at 6 clicks and the compression is 1.5 turns out for the high speed and I think 9 clicks for the slow speed. Should I slow down the rebound some more?