After sinking my XRL in the San Pedro and toasting the clutch ( Recovering the Pig ) I finally got around to rebuilding it this weekend. Clutch was definitely smoked, 3 of the friction disks looked like my wife's brownies;-) and they all spec'd out at close to half what they should be thickness wise. I threw in the new EBC clutch and heavy duty springs and she was good to go. While I had it apart and up on the jack, I went ahead and dropped the forks. The fork oil that came out was green and smelled like sewage, &%$#@!????? Nasty stuff. I flushed the forks with ATF a couple of times, let them drain for a couple of hours, then filled them with 20oz of Honda 8-10 wt fork oil. Put all that back together with my RSW fork brace. I also put on my new Maier back fender and Baja Designs LED brake/tail light-at some point on my last ride a nasty loop out smashed the back fender and busted up the light pretty good. Put it all back together and rode about about an hour. WOW!!! The fork work made a whole new bike--the high speed death wobble is gone, and it tracks incredibly in deep sand now! In fact, the front end feels so good now I'm rethinkin my future project of putting on the CR front end! The new clutch is magnitudes better than the original, should have done that in the beginning. I can also say, I don't miss the extra 10 pounds of tail light crap that used to hang off the back. All in all, I'm pretty happy with the upgrades and new parts. I think I spent a total of maybe 225.00 on everything (clutch, plastic,brace, fluid, oil, gasket), got a lot of bang for the buck!.