Got my suspension rebuilt and upgraded to a KYB GP-kit, same kit as I had last season. But this time it is updated with a adjustable linkarm. The linkarm lovers the rear and seems to stable up the chassi. The most improvement was out of corners with ruts and sharp edge bumps. Bike seemed to go on rails and stayed in line much better than with stock setup. The sharpe edge bumps couldn´t almost be felt at all. Bike also seem to handle better in straightline, going over small whoops was much easier. Chassi seemed calmer . I only rode on sandtracks this weekend but will get an update after riding on hardpack aswell. The linkarm can be adjusted in 5 different positions. I choose to run it in the position nr 4. I don´t know exactlly how much this lowers the rear compared to stock but you could clearly see that the bike was lower by just looking at it sitting on the stand. The bike seemed to be slightly, slightly harder to turn around in tight corners but I´m pretty sure it can be improved by adjusting the forks in the clamps. ( I have my forks level with the clamps right now). I also have a stiffer fork setting now compared to the stock setup I had before, that may also be a reason for feeling a little harder to turn. But It wasn´t a problem at all, just something I felt was different compared to stock.