Off-set...Rake...Trail...? In '00, something was changed to make the WR/YZ corner tighter. I believe it had to do with the "off-set". Here is my (mis)understanding of motorcycle steering geometry, would someone please confirm or set me straight?: Off-set > If you drew a line across the centerline of the fork caps and then drew a second parallel line across the centerline of the steering stem and then measured the distance between those lines, that is the amount of off-set? Rake > Like a Harley chopper has lots of "rake"? Is this accomplished by changing the angle of the steering head on the frame or by boring the steering stem holes in the clamps perpendicular, then boring the fork tube holes at a greater angle or some of each? Trail > If you drew a line straight down the centerline of the fork tubes to the ground, then measured the distance to the center of the tire's contact patch, that is "trail"? Exactly what did Yamaha change between '99 and '00? Was it just the clamps? Or did they change the angle of the steering head on the frame, too? If I were to install stock '99 clamps onto an '01 frame, would I end up with '99, '01, or something in between steering geometry? Should I be looking for a set of '00 or newer clamps? Thanks in advance!!